GOP lawmakers in Pa. advance invoice focusing on transgender woman athletes

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – A Republican proposal to forestall transgender women from competing in women’ faculty sports activities is advancing within the Pennsylvania Legislature.

The measure was handed on get together strains Tuesday by the Pennsylvania Home Training Committee.

The “Save Girls’s Sports activities Act” invoice would limit gamers to male or feminine groups based mostly on their reproductive organs, biology or genetics at start. The invoice says athletic groups designated for girls or women will not be open to “college students of the male intercourse.”

It could give college students a path to sue in the event that they really feel harmed by violations of that rule. It covers Ok-12 faculty groups, school sports activities, intramurals and membership groups sponsored by faculty entities.

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