|Ned Dolejsi, director of the California Catholic Conference.|
"Parents have the best interests of their children in mind, and if they determine that particular types of therapies or interventions are needed, that's certainly their right, and this law doesn't respect that," Ned Dolejsi, director of the California Catholic Conference, told CNA Oct. 2.
"The attack on parental rights is exactly the whole point of the bill, because we don't want to let parents harm their children," the bill's sponsor, Ted Lieu, has said.
Bill May, president of Catholics for the Common Good, is concerned about the law's effect on youths' well-being.
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