Several days after the end of the California legislative session, the pro-famliy group Save California says there are several bills they hope voters can convince the governor not to sign.
Some pro-family leaders are calling them "the worst bills on Gov. Jerry Brown's desk."
Assembly Bill 499 would allow school staff and nurses to give the HPV vaccine to girls as young as the age of 12 without parental consent. Many parents are concerned the Gardisil or Cervarix vaccine has harmful side effects.
Randy Thomasson is the president of Save California.
"The Centers for Disease Control has said Gardisil and Cervarix, the HPV vaccines that are out there, have already resulted in 68 deaths and more than 18,000 adverse effects," Thomasson said during an interview Thursday on the CBN News Channel's Midday News.
"It goes against parental rights because of no parental consent," he added.
Senate Bill 651 seeks to get rid of all legal distinctions between homosexual couples and traditional married couples. It would also allow children to become domestic partners.
"That means a 32-year-old man can pressure a 16-year-old boy and say, '"Look -- we're homosexuals. We "love" each other and get your parents to sign on here,'" Thomasson explained.
"Well, that's going to rope that child into some really horrendous sexually transmitted disease risks as well as getting him into a lifestyle that doesn't have any positives, but has all negatives," he told CBN News.
Assembly Bill 101 would unionize in-home child care in cases of children who receive government aid.
"This bill would actually make and force some babysitters and child care people, when they are operating a little business. When they have a child who receives aid money from the government, then they would have to pay or be forced to pay union dues," Thomasson explained.
Brown will either sign or veto the three bills within the next 30 days.
Randy Thomasson, president of Save California, discussed the other anti-family bills passed by the California legislature on CBN News Channel Midday News, Sept. 12.