A public hearing on the controversial AB 2943 will be held on June 12 at 1:30 p.m. at the California State Capitol.

AB 2943, overwhelmingly passed the California Assembly (50-18) and will soon be voted on in the State Senate, would make illegal any sale of goods or services that seek to change an individual’s sexual orientation, behaviors or gender expressions.

It prevents faith-led counselors from assisting clients with same-sex attraction or gender confusion. It prohibits churches from holding any ticketed events addressing topics of sexuality.

A “Day of Action” event will take place on the west steps of the California State Capitol June 12th to oppose AB 2943. 

When: Tuesday, June 12th “Day of Action” will begin at 9 AM. The main event starts at 12 PM with Christian leaders explaining the implications of AB 2943

Where: The west steps of the California State Capitol

The California Family Council, in partnership with the Capitol Resource Institute and Faith and Public Policy, will be hosting the gathering to oppose AB 2943.

What else can a concerned California citizen do?

If you can’t attend the event, we still encourage you to make your voice heard by contacting your Senator today.

More articles on AB 2943 and other California assembly bills:

California’s AB 2943—is it Constitutional?

Three Proposed California Assembly Bills May Threaten Religious Liberty