Thursday, November 7, 2013

Fwd: Final Hours "Extended" to Get Petitions In on “Co-Ed Bathroom Bill” and A Case at the Supreme Court

Final Hours "Extended" to Get Petitions In on "Co-Ed Bathroom Bill" and A Case at the Supreme Court

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Advocates In Action: A Publication of Advocates for Faith & Freedom

Final Hours Extended to Get Petitions In on
"Co-Ed Bathroom Bill" 

       The referendum effort against AB 1266, the "Co-Ed Bathroom Bill", had 90 days to collect and turn in petitions.  The deadline fell on this coming Sunday, but most offices are closed on the weekend.  However, several county registrar offices have communicated that they will accept the petitions on  Sunday, so we have a couple extra days to continue to gather signatures. 

       Advocates' office will continue to collect petitions through tomorrow, Friday, up until 4:00 pm.  Our address is 24910 Las Brisas Road, Ste. 110, Murrieta, CA.  Phone: 951-304-7583
      If you are out of our area and live in one of the following counties, please make sure your petitions are in the correct office (Northern or Southern California) by 4:00 pm this Saturday!

Los Angeles
San Bernardino
San Diego
San Joaquin
Santa Clara

Or send petitions to:
Northern California Office
Privacy for All Students
660 J Street, Suite 250
Sacramento, CA 95814         

 Southern California Office
(south of the Grapevine)
Calvary Chapel Chino Hills
4201 Eucalyptus Ave. 
Chino, CA  91710

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       Pick up petitions are our office or download them at and have our neighbors, friends and family sign them. We're finding that most of the general public does not even know about this ridiculous law!


  A Case at the Supreme  Court

       Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard a case regarding compulsory prayer before governmental meetings. 
       The town of Greece, NY, decreed in 1999 that all town board meetings would begin with prayer.  The vast majority of clergy asked to lead the prayer are from Christian churches, which some say violates their First Amendment right to freedom of religion, since individuals have vastly different belief systems.
       In addition, when the clergy accept the invitation to pray before the meetings, they are then acting on behalf of the government.  Some argue that this crosses the line between "separation of church and state."
       What do you think?  Do you think that compulsory prayer before governmental meetings should be done away with?  Do you think the town should have to simply provide prayer in a more inclusive way, honoring different belief systems?  Or, do you think they should be allowed to continue in the way they've conducted business for the past 10+ years?  Join the discussion on Facebook and let us know!

Do you want your son or daughter to "share" a bathroom with the opposite sex at school?

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