Transgender Bathroom Bill Is Back

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A bill filed with the Tennessee General Assembly would allow the Tennessee Attorney General to legally represent any local education agency or employee if they designate public bathrooms “for use based only on ones’ biological sex. In short, the anti-transgender bathroom bill is back in Nashville. According to Out and About Nashville, the bill was filed earlier this year but the sponsor backed out. But David Fowler's Family Action Council of Tennessee found new sponsors, Sen. Joey Hensley (R-Hohenwald) and Rep. Andy Holt (R-Dresden). The bill is set for review during the House Civil Justice Subcommittee Wednesday. Religious leaders from across the state have signed onto a statement by the Tennessee Equality Project (TEP). So far, 71 leaders...

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Transgender Bathroom Bill Is Back

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