California's legislature has passed a measure that could make it the first state to designate a day honoring a leader of the homosexual community.
If Gov. Schwarznegger signs the bill, California will proclaim every May 22 "Harvey Milk Day."
Milk was the openly gay supervisor of San Francisco and a prominent gay activist in the '60s and '70s.
Randy Thomasson, a leading pro-family activist, warns the bill will turn May 22 into "Gay Day" in public schools.
That's because it encourages schools to conduct exercises honoring the gay rights leader and his contributions to California.