The Just Want Privacy campaign has until tomorrow to finish gathering 246,000 signatures to put Washington’s Open-Locker Room rule repeal on the ballot in November, and their opponents are making it as tough as possible to get the job done.
The campaign opposing Initiative 1515, Washington Won’t Discriminate, has set up a Facebook group to track signature gatherers from the opposing side. Many worry that this tracking effort was started to equip LGBT activists to intimidate, bully, and harass those gathering signatures before tomorrow’s deadline.
This morning, Allyship trans-advocates ambushed FPIW’s offices with a protest, standing in front of the entrance to the offices for more than an hour.
— Family Policy Inst. (@FPIW) July 7, 2016
More than eight members of the media were present to document this three-person protest for tonight’s news coverage. This is the same media that somehow couldn’t find the time or interest to show up for the Just Want Privacy event and press conference last month.
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