Md. Group Fights Bill for Co-ed Bathrooms

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Citizens in one Maryland county are fighting a new law that grants special rights to transvestites, cross-dressers and transsexuals.

Citizens for Responsible Government has launched a petition drive to repeal the measure that was passed by the Montgomery County Council.

Click the play button for a Newswatch interview with Theresa Rickman, a member of the Citizens for Responsible Government.

The group says the bill essentially creates co-ed bathrooms and locker rooms that would put women and girls at risk.

They also say it lets transgender advocates indoctrinate kids in local schools.

And it allows transgender teachers and faculty to be open about their sexual choices.

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