- Associated Press - Tuesday, June 21, 2016

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - A member of the Albuquerque Public School Board believes a threatening message found at her home is connected to her stance on transgender policy.

Peggy Muller-Aragon filed a report with Albuquerque police after she found the note taped to her car over the weekend which called her “hateful” as well as an expletive.

Muller-Aragon has opposed the school district’s proposal allowing transgender students to use restrooms and locker rooms for the gender they identify with.

Muller-Aragon told KOAT-TV (https://bit.ly/28Kujnz) Monday that she is not intimidated by the threat.

Fellow board member Steven Michael Quezada supports the transgender policies but says Muller-Aragon has the freedom to disagree.

Superintendent Raquel Reedy recently enacted the policy despite no board vote.

Muller-Aragon is working with an attorney to see if Reedy violated protocols.


Information from: KOAT-TV, https://www.thenewmexicochannel.com/index.html

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