A leading California family organization says a bad bill that
would allow multiple people to be legally recognized as a child's
parents is an obvious assault on the traditional family unit.
Since the California State Assembly approved SB 1476 by a vote
of 51-26, Gov. Jerry Brown (D) is considering the language that
would make it legal in the state for children to have more than two
The bill was introduced by openly homosexual Senator Mark Leno
(D) when he learned of a girl who lost the two lesbians acting as
her mothers on the same day. In one day, the girl's biological
mother was jailed, and her other lesbian "mother" was
Randy Thomasson, president of SaveCalifornia.com, tells CBN News the bill is unnecessary.
"Think about the parents conflicting and vying for
decision-making in the child's life, and think about the bad
precedent this sets even for things like marriage," he poses. "If
you can't just have two legal parents, and you can have more legal
parents, then why do you limit marriage to two people? Why not have
three to four people married?
"It's a horrible idea; it's completely unnecessary. Hey, if the
kid doesn't have two parents who are in the picture, or the two
parents are neglectful, then the judge should prefer the
grandparents or other relatives -- not create bad law out of a hard
Leno's bill is in the company of several anti-family measures that are
currently on the desk of Governor Brown, who has until the end of
September to sign or veto them.