Despite repeated set backs along the way, Privacy for All Students continues their attack on a California law.
A transgender student originally told police he was assaulted in a bathroom at his California high school.
After falling more than 17,000 signatures short of qualifying a repeal measure for a referendum, the anti-LGBT Pacific Justice Institute vows to continue challenging California's Student Success and Opportunity Act.
A teenage girl was suspended from her California high school for failure to adhere to the dress code for female students in her district, something she did to shine light on mixed messages she's received from officials.
Efforts to repeal a law designed to protect transgender students remain alive as signature verification cleared one of two hurdles.
The school district in California's capital city is set to consider expanding its nondiscrimination policy to include transgender students in a vote Thursday.
By the latest count, opponents of California's Student Success and Opportunity Act don't appear to have obtained enough valid signatures to qualify a measure to repeal the law for the November 2014 ballot.
Initial projections indicate that right-wing activists did not secure enough signatories to place California's School Success and Opportunity Act on the chopping block in next year's election.
Privacy for All Students, the right-wing coalition trying to repeal California's transgender student law, revealed its sinister motives in an online conversation with LGBT activist and blogger Jeremy Hooper.
Conservative activists within the Privacy for All Students campaign claim they gathered more than half a million valid signatures from Californians who want the chance to repeal the state's new law regarding transgender students.
Supporters of a campaign to repeal California's new law supporting transgender students are once again publishing false claims that allege trans teenagers are harassing their female classmates in restrooms.