Campaign to overturn indoctrination law launched

A citizen reaction to a move by Democrats in the California legislature to impose homosexual indoctrination on public school students has been launched with a campaign to put the issue on a coming election ballot.

“Getting an early jump on our signature gathering is so important,” said Brad Dacus, president of Pacific Justice Institute, a part of the Stop SB48 coalition.

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“If we can match the enthusiasm we saw for this issue last fall, and carry that through the extra time that has been given to us for the initiative, we will get this on the ballot,” he said.

The pro-family group announced that it has begun circulating petitions to collect signatures to place an initiative on the statewide ballot to repeal SB 48.



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