California Homeschool Bill Fails, Freedom Loving Parents Celebrate
The word is out. People are reporting that AB 2756 failed in today’s hearing before the Assembly Education Committee.
State Assemblyman Kevin Kiley tweeted:
David Taub of GVWire.com reported that no one made a motion to pass it and only two spoke in favor of it:
— David Taub (@TaubGVWire) April 25, 2018
Vax Pushing Pro-Homeschool-Oversight Group Showed up to Push the Homeschool Bill
David Taub tweets:
Only two spoke in favor.
Who was the second? I assume the crhe rep was one.
— BobaPrime (@Boba_Prime) April 26, 2018
That is correct. Person IDd as a CRHE rep, in the middle of all the opponents speaking.
— David Taub (@TaubGVWire) April 26, 2018
What a surprise! David Taub spotted someone from the CRHE. They were one of the only two groups there in favor of the bill. Remember, we learned this organization has a self-proclaimed Antifa member as a founding board member and their organization recommends policy that includes homeschoolers to follow same immunization requirements as public school students.
That’s right, folks! The group there in favor of the bill, pushing for more oversight and regulations against homeschoolers, also want mandatory vaccinations! For homeschoolers!
It’s listed right on their website: https://www.responsiblehomeschooling.org/policy-issues/policy-recommendations/
Parents came out in force!
I hope that legislators who have vocally stood with parents on this bill feel empowered to continue to stand because we are with you! Thank you for standing with us! #CALeg No on #AB2756 #homeschool #parentalrights #schoolchoice pic.twitter.com/aeHyGIUHeo
— Danielle Cullum (@daniellecullum) April 25, 2018
Parents are celebrating the victory:
— LS (@walrusrising) April 26, 2018
And a friendly reminder from public policy consultant, Kevin Dayton:
Opponents of #AB2756 – a warning for you: don't let your guard down. Provisions can be stuck in the annual budget bill or “gut and amends” of bills can occur late in the legislative session.
Best permanent solution is making the sponsors accountable to voters for what they did. pic.twitter.com/dSgUBrwFrn
— Kevin Dayton (@DaytonPubPolicy) April 26, 2018
#AB2756 – a warning for you: don’t let your guard down. Provisions can be stuck in the annual budget bill or “gut and amends” of bills can occur late in the legislative session. Best permanent solution is making the sponsors accountable to voters for what they did.
As of midnight, April 26, the status of this bill was not updated on legislation info website. http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billStatusClient.xhtml?bill_id=201720180AB2756