Defendants' conduct infringes on the Plaintiffs' and their children's fundamental rights, including parental rights, right to bodily integrity, right to informed consent and to refuse medical intervention, right to privacy, and/or right to free exercise of religion, by requiring Plaintiffs to choose between those rights and the right to education.Los Angeles Times reports on the lawsuit.
UPDATE: The court denied a temporary restraining order, finding there were no allegations of immediate harm. Also there were no efforts to serve defendants. Whitlow v. California, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 86848 (SD CA, July 5, 2015).