1A Win: Court says law mandating trans pronoun use a violation of free speech | Beaufort County Now | Free speech wins

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By  Amanda Prestigiacomo

"A California appellate court ruled Friday that a provision in a state law passed four years ago mandating that certain health care workers use transgender pronouns is a violation of free speech, protected by the First Amendment.

CA’s Third District Court of Appeal upended SB 219, which in part forced nursing home workers to use preferred transgender pronouns and names for patients.

Notably, violators of the law “could be charged with a misdemeanor and subject to punishment of a $1000 fine, or even up to one year in jail,” according to California Family Council."

Rest of article on Dailywire.com

Wonder how long before a liberal judge comes alone and over turns this decision.  


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