An official with the American Family Association said the organization has sent men into women’s bathrooms at Target.
An official with the American Family Association said the organization has sent men into women’s bathrooms at Target. Rick Bowmer AP
An official with the American Family Association said the organization has sent men into women’s bathrooms at Target. Rick Bowmer AP

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