Referendum threatens transgender student law

Law that protects transgender students goes into effect Jan. 1 amid effort for repeal

A law that articulates the rights and treatment of transgender students at schools across the state, goes into effect Jan. 1, but it could be in jeopardy if a referendum for its repeal makes it onto the November ballot, according to the Associated Press.

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Oh hell no.

We have completely lost our way.

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