California Assembly passes bill to ask vendors about their sexuality

California Assembly Bill 1960 continues the radical gay political machine's carefully planned assault on personal privacy. Here is the bill's summary as written by the Legislative Counsel's Digest. Existing  law requires the Department of General Services to make available a report on contracting activity containing specified information, including the level of participation of business enterprises, by race, ethnicity, and gender of owner, in specified contracts. This bill would require the Department of General Services to include in the report on contracting activity information regarding the level of participation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender owned  businesses in specified contracts, as provided. What specified contracts?  Almost all contracts let out for bid by California including construction, purchases of materials, supplies, or equipment and professional services. The bill was passed by the Assembly on an almost party line vote and sent to the State...(Read Full Post)