Proposed Ban (failed)
What is a Bathroom Bill?
A piece of legislation that regulates transgender people's use of public facilities like bathrooms or changing rooms. Legislation might allow transgender people to use a public facility that aligns with their gender identity or bar them from it, instead requiring that they use single-sex facilities or facilities that match their sex assigned at birth.
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See a list of municipal rules that have been passed.
- Oxford, Alabama passed a city ordinance on April 26 2016 barring transgender people from public bathrooms that match their gender identity. citation
- FL proposed a bathroom bill that did not pass. citation
- IL proposed a bathroom bill (barring) that was sent to subcommittee 4/5/16. citation
- KY proposed a bathroom bill that did not pass on 2/27/2015. citation
- MA is debating a bill that would "ban discrimination against transgender people in all public accommodations." 4/1/2016. citation
- MN proposed a bathroom bill that did not pass. citation
- MS passed a bathroom bill on 4/5/2016. citation
- Asheville, NC passed a city ordinance protecting transgender people using gender ID bathrooms in Feb of 2016. citation
- NC passed a bathroom bill on 3/23/2016. citation
- SD proposed a bathroom bill that did not pass in Mar of 2016. citation
- TN proposed a bathroom bill that did not pass in Mar of 2016. citation
- Data on other legislation comes from the National Center for Transgender Equality: citation