Minnesota lawmakers will discuss a bill Tuesday that requires people to use a bathroom that matches the sex stated on their birth certificate.

The legislation is similar to what’s now law in North Carolina.

The Minnesota House bill states that “restrooms, locker rooms, dressing rooms and other similar places, which shall remain reserved for males or females as they are biologically defined.”

The actual language of the bill defines “a person’s sex is either male or female as biologically defined.” Transgender people said gender is only “assigned” at birth but can change over a person’s life.

Read more

Related Articles