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August 16, 2013 - Friday

Greetings from FRC Action!

We wanted to share the following information with you from our friends at Texas Values. If you have previously received this message, please simply disregard this second contact. We did, however, want to make certain that you, your friends, and your neighbors would be aware of this very critical information.

We encourage you to join Texas Values in making your voice heard today!

San Antonio Ordinance to Allow Men into Women's Restrooms

This week, California Governor Jerry Brown (D) signed into law a "Transgender Bathroom Bill" that allows public school students to use the bathroom and locker room of their choice -- regardless of their actual biological gender. Homosexual advocates around the nation are applauding the law and calling it a "watershed moment not only for California, but for the entire nation."[Source: Fox News]

Shockingly, a similar policy may be coming to Texas as a part of San Antonio's proposed Anti-Religious Freedom Ordinance. While we have outlined many of the serious religious freedom problems with the ordinance, specifically for Christians, citizens of San Antonio need to also understand the ordinance would also contain "Transgender Bathroom" language. Except, this language would not just apply to schools -- but to all public access bathrooms -- likely including those in private businesses.

The dangers of this policy for women and children are clear and, as expressed by local residents, include increased opportunities for sexual predators to gain easier access to their targets. The City Council has a duty to protect women and children, not place them at risk. Read more.

Be Heard: It is anticipated that the City Council will discuss the proposed ordinance for the first time on Wednesday, August 28. This will be a critical meeting to attend. You can also continue to contact the San Antonio City Council on this issue here.

Thank you for standing with us and Texas Values to protect and defend Faith, Family, and Freedom!

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