Opponents contend this could be the death knell for the bill, which would restrict transgender students' restroom use.
The university announced it will abide by the state's anti-LGBT law, requiring trans students to use bathrooms that don't match their gender identity. But how will that policy be enforced?
The legislation would bar students in public schools and colleges from using the bathroom or locker room that matches their gender identity.
The idea was to honor the late Supreme Court justice, but university administrators quickly realized that "A.S.S. of Law" needed a revision.
Hate crimes, canceled proms, and banned t-shirts are among these lessons in intolerance.
California's new sex education bill is inclusive of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students.
A new law allows faith-based student groups to require all members to strictly adhere to religious tenets, even if doing so violates the school's nondiscrimination policies.