(Mark Tapscott – PJ Media) In what may be ultimately be seen as the first big blow against Cancel Culture madness, California’s Third District Court of Appeals ruled unanimously the state’s 2017 mandate that long-term care employees use a resident’s preferred pronoun is unconstitutional.
The three judges in part reversed a lower California court that had upheld the mandate. In the Taking Offense v. State of California opinion, written by Judge Elena J. Duarte, held that:
“We conclude the pronoun provision–whether enforced through criminal or civil penalties — is over-inclusive in that it restricts more speech than is necessary to achieve the government’s compelling interest in eliminating discrimination, including harassment, on the basis of sex.
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