It’s not yet certain, but lobbying by pro-family voters may have doomed this year’s transgendered special rights bill:

The proposal had made its way through several legislative committees earlier this year and was approved by the state Senate May 23. But after nearly three hours of House debate Monday afternoon, the bill was set aside, a sign that the legislation is in trouble.

What the Courant doesn’t know–or chose not to report–is that FIC Action sent an e-mail the previous Wednesday alerting the public to the dangers posed by this bill and encouraging┬ávoters to contact their legislators to express their opposition. Barring any surprises in the next 35 hours or so, the transgendered special rights bill may join the same-sex “marriage” bill as another 2007 defeat for anti-family activists.

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