07/07/11 – OneNewsNow.com A California pro-family leader is calling on Governor Jerry Brown to veto a bill that would force public schools to promote the homosexual agenda and impact schools throughout the country.
State lawmakers approved S.B. 48 in a 49-25 vote, with the approval of just one Republican — Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher, who is running for the San Diego mayoral seat. The measure would mandate the state’s public schools to teach on the accomplishments of lesbian, “gay,” bisexual and transgender (LGBT) figures, and it will force teachers to present those individuals in a positive light. With lawmakers’ approval, the bill now heads to the desk of the governor, who has 12 days to sign or veto it.
“Now he is looking at something very sensitive to parents — their little children,” notes Randy Thomasson, president of SaveCalifornia.com. “Everyone needs to call Jerry Brown…. He’s 73 years old; he remembers when academics were taught in the government school system in California and social engineering was not. [Government] schools were a lot better then, and now they’re not.”