But it’s not over yet.
504,760 signatures were needed to overturn AB 1266, a bill that would allow K-12 students to choose which bathroom to use based on which gender they identify with more.
Privacy for All Students (PFAS) gathered 619,341 signatures–a number well beyond what was needed, and one that would allow ample room for invalid signatures.
But the state of California declared that only 487,484 signatures were valid, which left PFAS 17,276 signatures short of completing their goal.
Many of the signatures rejected should have been. But many of the rejections were subjective and should have been counted.
This will now go to court for reconsideration.
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