transgender-bathroom-2-596x283Opponents of California’s radical “coed bathroom law,” which allows public school students to choose whether to identify themselves as boys or girls, are vowing to continue their fight even though state officials claimed they did not turn in enough signatures to have voters decide the issue.  “Make no mistake, Pacific Justice Institute is committed to protecting the privacy of children,” said Brad Dacus, president of the legal organization that has been working on the case. “We are ready to review and challenge every signature that was not counted toward the referendum of this impudent and in-your-face bill. Our children’s privacy is worth doing all that we can,” he said. State officials, after facing earlier defeats in court over disputed signature counts, announced this week that the measure needed 504,760 signatures to put the referendum on the November ballot. There were more than 619,000 signatures turned in, but Secretary of State Debra Bowen’s office said only 487,484 were valid. More