California poised to let kids hide sex change ops from their parents

Posted on August 11, 2021 11:25 am

17 new legal ways that California plans to attack the family

From Greg Burt/California Family Council

The California legislature is set to return to the state Capitol from summer recess next Monday to make final decisions on more than a dozen bills harmful to California communities. The California Family Council opposes 17 bills threatening the unborn, parental rights, freedom of speech and religion, and encourage racism, drug abuse, sex trafficking, and assisted suicide.

Earlier in the year, the legislature killed bills promoting religious liberty and providing sex education transparency, and pushed off until next year a bill to protect children from sex abusers. Most of the 17 bills CFC is opposing made it through the legislative house they were introduced in, cleared the policy committee of the second house, and now sit in the Appropriation Committees of the Senate and the Assembly. Once legislators return to the Capitol on August 16, these bills have to make it to the legislative floor for a vote and then to the governor’s desk by the end of the session on September 10th or they are dead for the year.

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Here are brief summaries of the legislation on California Family Council’s bad bills list:

AB 1184: Requires insurance companies to keep secrets from parents: This Planned Parenthood sponsored bill will force health insurance companies to hide from parents “sensitive” medical procedures given to their adult and minor children. These “sensitive” services include abortion, sexual assault treatment, drug abuse and mental health treatment, and cross-sex hormones and sex-change operations. The bill prevents parents from finding out from an insurance statement who is providing their child medical services and what those services entail. Click here for a list of medical services California minors can currently consent to without parental knowledge or approval. Read more about this bill here.

This bill is currently in the Senate Appropriation Committee with a hearing date set for August 16th.

SB 357: Legalizes loitering for prostitution: This bill doesn’t legalize prostitution, but gets rid of a law that gives police the ability to deal with prostitution happening out in the open on neighborhood streets. According to Los Angeles Sheriff Alex Villanueva, the “underlying root” of the “loitering with the intent to commit prostitution” law is to “target sex buyers who seek to exploit” women and men. This law will harm police efforts to prevent sex trafficking from happening out in the open on any neighborhood street. The bill is sponsored by the ACLU and authored by Senator Scott Wiener, both proponents of legalizing prostitution. Read more about this bill here.

This bill is the Assembly Appropriations Committee. A hearing is expected in late August.

SB 245: Forcing health insurance plans to pay for free abortions: This bill forces all private insurance policies to cover abortions with no co-pays and no deductibles. There would be an exception for high deductible insurance plans. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under the Trump Administration determined California was already breaking federal law by forcing private health insurance plans to include coverage for abortion. Now that Xavier Becerra is now running HHS under the Biden Administration, California legislators are flaunting the federal law even more with this legislation. Read more about the bill here.

This bill is the Assembly Appropriations Committee with a hearing planned for August 18th.

SB 380: Removing safeguards from assisted suicide law: California’s assisted suicide law, passed in 2015, had some safeguards added that the bill author, Senator Susan Eggman, now wants to remove. First, the bill’s sunset date of 2025 will be removed after only four years of published annual reports by the California Department of Public Health. The sunset date was put in the original bill to allow the legislature to reevaluate the law’s impact using a decade of data.

Second, patients will no longer have to make two oral requests for suicide drugs with a 15-day waiting period between requests as is currently required. That waiting period was reduced to 48 hours. This safeguard was added to make sure patients weren’t making impulsive decisions or being subject to coercion of any kind. Read more bill details here.

This bill is the Assembly Appropriations Committee with a hearing scheduled for August 18th.

SB 519: Decriminalization of LSD and other hallucinogenic drugs: This bill will legalize dangerous psychedelic drugs for personal use or social sharing, such as LSD, Magic Mushrooms, Peyote, and Ecstasy for those over 21. It would also eliminate laws against the cultivation of Magic Mushrooms and Peyote, including the transfer or transportation of these drugs and the paraphernalia used to take these drugs. Read more about the damaging effects of these drugs here and here. This bill is the Assembly Appropriations Committee with a hearing on August 18th.

AB 101: Mandatory ethnic studies courses for high school students: This bill will mandate high school students take a course in “ethnic studies” in order to graduate high school. The curriculum is infused with Critical Race Theory meant to create resentment among non-white students, and guilt and shame among white students. Lessons falsely tell students to feel guilty for crimes done by long-dead figures with the same color skin. The curriculum seeks to pit ethnic groups and those with various sexual and gender identities against each other. It also encourages teens to judge people not by the content of their character, but by the racial or sexual identity group they belong to.  Read more about the curriculum here. This bill is currently in the Senate Appropriation Committee with a hearing date set for August 16th.

AB 1040: Ethnic Studies in community colleges: This bill to require each community college to offer courses in ethnic studies at each of its campuses was stalled. It might be revived next year, but it is more likely the bill is now unnecessary since on July 13th the Community Colleges Board of Governors announced they would require community college students seeking an associate degree to complete a course in ethnic studies. As mentioned previously, Ethnic Studies is a course infused with Critical Race Theory that creates resentment and prejudice between students with different ethnicities and sexual identities.

AB 338: Replace the statue of Father Junipero Serra with a monument to the California native people of Sacramento. Last year a mob torched and pulled down a statue of Father Junipero Serra, the Catholic canonized saint credited with establishing the mission system in California in the 1700s. Caving to the demands of the mob, this bill would remove a legal requirement to have a statue honoring the Father’s work among the Indians. In its place will be a monument to Native Americans that will highlight the devastating impact the mission period had on them and the role Father Serra had in that devastation.

CFC is all for an honest portrayal of historical figures, but believes that debate can happen without giving in to mobs that use vandalism to argue their point of view. Watch CFC interview for more information. The bill is waiting to be voted on by the full Senate when they return in August.

AB 1084: Gender-neutral section requirement for big-box stores: This bill would punish companies with fines if they don’t create a gender-neutral section for kids’ items and toys. The bill, sponsored by a gender-neutral fashion designer, would only apply to retail stores with 500 or more employees statewide and demand that the gender-neutral section include a “reasonable selection” of items without any store signage labeling the items for boys or girls. The first violation is $250 or $500 for subsequent violations. Read more about the bill here.

This bill is currently in the Senate Appropriation Committee with a hearing date set for August 16th.

SB 742: No “harassing” speech at vaccination sites: This bill would, among other things, prohibit anyone from harassing someone with an anti-vaccination message or intimidating someone going to get a vaccine.  The bill has changed quite a bit since it was introduced. The bill originally threatened pro-life work done outside abortion clinics, because Planned Parenthood offers vaccines and the bill’s definition of harassment included handing out fliers and holding signs regarding alternatives to abortions. But the bill was changed and now only prohibits handing out fliers, holding signs, and trying to educate people with an anti-vaccination message. More specifically it prevents anyone from getting within 30 feet of someone going into a medical center from getting harrassed with anti-vaccination messages.

The U.S. Supreme Court has already struck down a Massachusetts law that created a 35 feet buffer zone around the entrance of an abortion clinic, so the bill is not likely to survive a court challenge. The LA Times questioned the bill’s constitutionality as well.

 This bill is the Assembly Appropriations Committee with a hearing scheduled for August 18th.

AB 1356: Increases penalties for photographing and videoing abortion workers: Although CFC doesn’t believe it is right to try and intimidate abortion workers by posting their pictures online, the bill is written broad enough to prevent pro-life sidewalk counselors from videotaping and taking photos of their work for their own protection. Strangely enough, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is also in opposition because of free speech concerns.

This bill is currently in the Senate Appropriation Committee with a hearing date set for August 16th.

ACA 2: Constitutional amendment to eliminate the death penalty: This bill would prohibit the death penalty from being imposed as a punishment for any violations of law, even for the most heinous mass murderers with overwhelming evidence of guilt. This bill would have to be approved by a vote of the people. The bill is currently in the Assembly Public Safety Committee. A hearing has not been scheduled yet.

SB 2: Police lose jobs over “bias” acts: This bill would, among other things, redefine “serious misconduct” for which a police officer might lose their job. The new definition states: “Acts demonstrating bias on the basis of race, national origin, religion, gender identity or expression, housing status, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, or other protected status in violation of law.” Acts of “bias” is a very vague term and easily manipulable, because it involves not just conduct, but speech regarding personal religious, philosophical, or political views. Read a legal analysis here.

This bill is the Assembly Appropriations Committee with a bill hearing scheduled for August 18th.

SB 17: Office of Racial Equity: This bill will create an independent office of racial equity that would develop a Racial Equity Framework to create policies and practices to promote racial equity, and address individual, institutional, and structural racism. The bill assumes all inequity in the United States between racial, sexual orientation, or gender groups is the result of racism and bigotry built into the system. Though vague in details, the bill implies that racial equity will not be achieved by supporting policies that judge someone based on individual character and merit without concern for race, gender, or sexual orientation. Instead, equity will only be achieved with policies that give special preferences to individuals based on the racial, gender, or sexual orientation group they belong to.

This bill is the Assembly Appropriations Committee with a hearing scheduled for August 18th.

SB 57: Illegal drug injection sites: This bill would start a pilot program in San Francisco, Oakland, and Los Angeles where centers would be set up so drug addicts can use illicit drugs under medical supervision. The idea is to prevent drug addicts from overdosing, but ignores the effects of enabling the devastating effects of illegal drugs on the body, and the negative effects that illegal drugs have on the well being of the community. Read more information here.

SB 57 passed the Senate, but was held in the Assembly Health Committee with a hearing expected in January of next year.

SB 73: Lowering penalties on drug dealers: This bill will end mandatory minimum sentencing requirements for many drug offenses. This might be justified for non-violent drug possession charges, but lowering penalties for drug dealers is not justified, especially when they are selling substances like crack cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine that kill people and destroy communities. This is part of Sen. Wiener’s plan to legalize all illicit drugs. Read more about his plans here.

This bill is the Assembly Appropriations Committee with a hearing scheduled for August 18th.

SB 363: Forces Boys State and Girls State to accept “non-binary” teens: This bill requires American Legion, who runs the Boys State conferences, and the American Legion Auxiliary, who runs the Girls State conferences, to only operate their civic engagement program for youth within the Capitol and with public school districts if the programs determine a student’s sex by gender identity and not biology. State legislators shouldn’t be discriminating against private organizations based on their beliefs about the biological nature of sex.

This bill is ready to be voted on by the full Assembly when they return to the Capitol on August 16th.

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Trickster
Trickster
9 months ago

In other words unless voter fraud has been going on in Cali for decades, which is a
possibility. The people of California have now voted people into office that wants to
destroy them and their families………………Nice job dummies.

Donika Barr
Donika Barr
9 months ago
Reply to  Trickster

There are alot of conservative people in California. Our elections are bogus. Knowone in their right mind would be ok with what is happening in this state.

Marilyn Crawford
9 months ago

When I was a child I lived in southern CA. The hippies showed up and we were out of there within 3 months, and on our way back to our home state. This was in ’67. As parents we must do as we have to when the state laws and actions let us down. Homeschooling is great if you can wing it!

Stevo
Stevo
9 months ago

To summarize: deviant behavior, fine. hallucinogenic drugs, good. more crime, great.
Yep, welcome to California

American
9 months ago

The decline into a failed Venezuelan Marxist version of Sodom and Gomorrah continues unabated under Democrats who rose to power after working with the CCP to commit the greatest criminal election fraud ever recorded in the history of the U.S. during the 2020 election. https://rumble.com/vkygqa-must-see-damning-video-explaining-how-why-and-who-stole-election.html

Jerry Mander
Jerry Mander
9 months ago

In order to create a new society you have to destroy the old one. Once America’s social fabric is reduced to rubble and ashes and crime and violence become the norm, then Government can step in and aggressively take over control. This is what Castro did in Cuba, he waited until corruption had destroyed their democracy and then violently assumed power, sending hundreds of people to firing squads as he instituted a total dictatorship. Just think of our Congress as all working for Fidel Castro and you can get a feel for what’s coming.

RatherbeMichael
RatherbeMichael
9 months ago

There are a million ways for the demonic entities to destroy God’s family in the short term. In the end it is only the willing that can be destroyed. And boy are they ever destroying themselves. Sad, but we all have a choice. Just have to take it.

Daniel Silvan
Daniel Silvan
9 months ago

17 new legal ways to destroy families in California could be prevented by one new governor. And vote out the politicians that come up with things like this that don’t represent the vast majority of people, but cater to a small minority of mentally disturbed individuals.

Last edited 9 months ago by Daniel Silvan
TrumpFan
TrumpFan
9 months ago

How do we get rid of these woke perverts?

Marilyn Crawford
9 months ago
Reply to  TrumpFan

In CA, start with Auntie first?

Null Void
Null Void
9 months ago

Really nasty. Of the 15 mil “Hispanic” people in CA, I doubt that many approve of these bills. Of the 14 mil “White” people in CA, maybe more approve but still not overwhelming. Of the remainder, including black, Asian, P Islanders, others, also doubt a lot of agreement. The kids don’t vote. These so-called legislators should be voted out. You don’t need Soros money to vote them out. Energy and determination and making noise will work.

Mongoose
Mongoose
9 months ago
Reply to  Null Void

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under the Trump Administration determined California was already breaking federal law by forcing private health insurance plans to include coverage for abortion. 
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So how is Obamacare legal?

RatherbeMichael
RatherbeMichael
9 months ago
Reply to  Null Void

Why is soros still using up good oxygen?

Marilyn Crawford
9 months ago

A judge decided when the pocket jingle got loud enough?

ann chovie
ann chovie
9 months ago

Baby butchers, pervs, rainbow sillies and criminals all hail Satan!