Arguments are heating up in court in California over a challenge to the state’s decision to conceal the signatures of people who signed a referendum, but then had their names disqualified by county clerks, as pro-family organizations fight a legislative plan that’s become known as the “coed school-bathroom bill.” That law allows public school students to choose which gender-specific bathrooms, locker rooms and sports teams to utilize based not on biology but on their ‘self-identified gender. The law would not even require students to verify that they have a diagnosed gender orientation problem to school officials before they are granted permission to use a boys or girls locker room. Arguments began in a state courtroom over the dispute on Friday, but didn’t finish, and an attorney in attendance told WND that the judge scheduled more arguments next Friday, April 18. The referendum seeks to overturn AB 1266, which was adopted last year. More