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Iowa Republican lawmakers introduce bill to ban transgender girls from competing in sports

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DES MOINES – Iowa Republican lawmakers have introduced a bill to ban transgender girls from competing in school sports.

Rep. Henry Stone (R)

Introduced by Rep. Henry Stone of Forest City and Rep. Skyler Wheeler of Orange City, the bill proclaims that “any team, sport, or athletic event designated as being for only female students, based on their sex, may participate in any team being for females, women, or girls … “sex” means a person’s biological sex as either female or male.”

The bill is House File 2309.

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds has indicated in the past she would sign such a bill into law if it passes the Legislature.

The Iowa ACLU sounded off, saying the bill “targets transgender girls. This blocks transgender girls from participating in girls’ school sports, and that’s just wrong.”

The bill opened in subcommittee hearings already this morning.

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At least Iowa is trying to maintain some sort of sanity.

Ha ha. You call the bills these idiots are pushing sane? Cameras in classrooms, jailing teachers, letting parents determine curriculum, book banning? More like Hitler’s Germany.

Maybe if you raised your bastard kids better, they wouldn’t need video surveillance. I would rather parents choose curriculum than an out of touch politician.

What’s just wrong is not taking this pandemic serious.

Pandemic will hopefully go away…will this?

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