Trans Legislation Tracker

What anti-trans bills passed in 2023?

86 bills

In 2023, 86 anti-trans bills passed across the United States.

SPORTS (12)OTHER (5)BATHROOM (8)EDUCATION (22)HEALTHCARE (23)PERFORMANCE (6)CIVIL RIGHTS (6)INCARCERATION (1)BIRTH CERTIFICATES (3)

24 states

AlabamaArkansasFloridaGeorgiaIowaIdahoIndianaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMissouriMississippiMontanaNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaNebraskaOklahomaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahWisconsinWest VirginiaWyoming

14 vetoed

In 2023, 14 bills passed and subsequently vetoed. These bills are not included in our passed bills count.

Passed bills

AL HB261

SPORTS
PASSED

Relating to two-year and four-year public institutions of higher education; to amend Section 16-1-52, Code of Alabama 1975, to prohibit a biological male from participating on an athletic team or sport designated for females; to prohibit a biological female from participating on an athletic team or sport designated for males; to prohibit adverse action against a public K-12 school or public two-year or four-year institution of higher education for complying with this act; to prohibit adverse action or retaliation against a student who reports a violation of this act; and to provide a remedy for any student who suffers harm or is directy deprived of an athletic opportunity as a result of a violation of this act.

AL SB261

OTHER
PASSED

Relating to public contracts; to prohibit governmental entities from entering into certain contracts with companies that boycott businesses because the business engages in certain sectors or does not meet certain environmental or corporate governance standards or does not facilitate certain activities; to provide that no company in the state shall be required by a governmental entity, nor penalized by a governmental entity for declining to engage in economic boycotts or other actions that further social, political, or ideological interests; to require the Attorney General to take actions to prevent federal laws or actions from penalizing, inflicting harm on, limiting commercial relations with, or changing or limiting the activities of companies or residents of the state based on the furtherance of economic boycott criteria; and to authorize the Attorney General to investigate and enforce this act; and to provide definitions.

AR HB1156

BATHROOM
PASSED

Concerning A Public School District Or Open-enrollment Public Charter School Policy Relating To A Public School Student's Sex.

AR HB1468

EDUCATION
PASSED

To Create The Given Name Act; And To Prohibit Requiring Employees Of Public Schools And State-supported Institutions Of Higher Education To Use A Person's Preferred Pronoun, Name, Or Title Without Parental Consent.

PASSED

To Create The Conscience Protection Act; And To Amend The Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

AR SB125

EDUCATION
PASSED

Concerning Free Speech Rights At State-supported Institutions Of Higher Education.

AR SB199

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Concerning Medical Malpractice And Gender Transition In Minors; And To Create The Protecting Minors From Medical Malpractice Act Of 2023.

AR SB270

BATHROOM
PASSED

To Amend The Criminal Offense Of Sexual Indecency With A Child.

AR SB294

EDUCATION
PASSED

To Create The Learns Act; To Amend Various Provisions Of The Arkansas Code As They Relate To Early Childhood Through Grade Twelve Education In The State Of Arkansas; And To Declare An Emergency.

AR SB43

PERFORMANCE
PASSED

To Add Certain Restrictions To An Adult-oriented Performance; And To Define An Adult-oriented Performance.

FL H1069

EDUCATION
PASSED

Education

Defines "sex" for Florida Early Learning-20 Education Code; provides requirements relating to titles & pronouns; revises provisions relating to instruction & materials for specified instruction relating to reproductive health; provides additional requirements for instruction regarding human sexuality; provides district school boards are responsible for materials used in classroom libraries; revises provisions relating to objections of certain materials & process related to such objections; revises school principal, school district & district school board duties & responsibilities relating to certain materials & processes.

FL H1521

BATHROOM
PASSED

Facility Requirements Based on Sex

Provides requirements for exclusive use of restrooms & changing facilities by gender; prohibits willfully entering restroom or changing facility designated for opposite sex & refusing to depart when asked to do so; provides requirements for exclusive use of domestic violence centers by gender; provides requirements for correctional institutions; requires entities that receive state licenses to submit compliance documentation; authorizes AG to bring enforcement actions provides exception for individuals born with certain genetically or biochemically verifiable disorder of sex development.

FL S0254

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Treatments for Sex Reassignment

Granting courts of this state temporary emergency jurisdiction over a child present in this state if the child has been subjected to or is threatened with being subjected to sex-reassignment prescriptions or procedures; providing that, for purposes of warrants to take physical custody of a child in certain child custody enforcement proceedings, serious physical harm to the child includes, but is not limited to, being subjected to sex-reassignment prescriptions or procedures; prohibiting certain public entities from expending state funds for the provision of sex-reassignment prescriptions or procedures; prohibiting sex-reassignment prescriptions and procedures for patients younger than 18 years of age; requiring the department to immediately suspend the license of a health care practitioner who is arrested for committing or attempting, soliciting, or conspiring to commit specified violations related to sex-reassignment prescriptions or procedures for a patient younger than 18 years of age, etc.

FL S0266

EDUCATION
PASSED

Higher Education

Revising the duties of the Board of Governors relating to the mission of each state university; requiring the Board of Governors Accountability Plan to annually report certain research expenditures of a specified amount; prohibiting specified educational institutions from expending funds for certain purposes; revising how general education core courses are established; specifying a one-time limit on the requirement to change accrediting agencies, etc.

PASSED

United States Department of Defense

Urging Congress to restore the United States Department of Defense's superior warfighting principles of recruiting, assigning, training, promoting, and retaining personnel solely based on merit and ensuring such personnel maintain and display a warrior ethos, etc.

GA SB140

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Hospitals; the treatment of gender dysphoria in minors performed in hospitals and other licensed healthcare facilities; prohibit certain surgical procedures

A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Article 1 of Chapter 7 of Title 31 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to regulation of hospitals and related institutions, so as to prohibit certain surgical procedures for the treatment of gender dysphoria in minors from being performed in hospitals and other licensed healthcare facilities; to provide for exceptions; to provide for violations; to amend Article 1 of Chapter 34 of Title 43 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to the Georgia Composite Medical Board, so as to prohibit certain surgical procedures for the treatment of gender dysphoria in minors; to provide for exceptions; to provide for violations; to provide for legislative findings; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.

IA SF482

BATHROOM
PASSED

A bill for an act prohibiting persons from entering single and multiple occupancy restrooms or changing areas and other facilities in elementary and secondary schools that do not correspond with the person's biological sex and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 335.) Effective date: 03/22/2023.

IA SF496

EDUCATION
PASSED

A bill for an act relating to children and students, including establishing a parent's or guardian's right to make decisions affecting the parent's or guardian's child, authorizing the parent or guardian of a student enrolled in a school district to enroll the student in another attendance center within the same school district in certain specified circumstances, prohibiting instruction related to gender identity and sexual orientation in school districts, charter schools, and innovation zone schools in kindergarten through grade six, and modifying provisions related to student health screenings, school district library programs, the educational program provided to students enrolled in school districts, accredited nonpublic schools, and charter schools, other duties of school districts, accredited nonpublic schools, the department of education, the board of educational examiners, and the governing boards of charter schools and innovation zone schools, competent private instruction, and special education, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1145.) Effective date: 05/26/2023, 07/01/2023.

IA SF538

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

A bill for an act relating to prohibited activities regarding gender transition procedures relative to minors, and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 1197.) Effective date: 03/22/2023. Contingent applicability date.

ID H0071

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Adds to existing law to establish provisions regarding vulnerable child protection.

VULNERABLE CHILD PROTECTION ACT -- Adds to existing law to establish provisions regarding vulnerable child protection.

ID S1016

BATHROOM
PASSED

Amends existing law to provide that a public works contractor shall not be required to provide access to a multiple-occupancy restroom, multiple-occupancy shower facility, or multiple-occupancy changing room on any basis other than sex.

GOVERNMENT -- Amends existing law to provide that a public works contractor shall not be required to provide access to a multiple-occupancy restroom, multiple-occupancy shower facility, or multiple-occupancy changing room on any basis other than sex.

ID S1100

BATHROOM
PASSED

Adds to existing law to establish privacy and safety standards in public schools.

EDUCATION -- Adds to existing law to establish privacy and safety standards in public schools.

IN HB1569

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Restrictions on DOC provision of gender therapy.

Restrictions on DOC provision of gender therapy. Provides that the department of correction may not authorize the payment of any money, the use of any state resources, or the payment of any federal money administered by the state to provide or facilitate the provision of sexual reassignment surgery to an offender patient.

IN HB1608

EDUCATION
PASSED

Education matters.

Education matters. Provides that a school, an employee or staff member of a school, or a third party vendor used by a school to provide instruction may not provide any instruction to a student in prekindergarten through grade 3 on human sexuality. Provides that a school employee or a school staff member is not prohibited from responding to a question from a student regarding certain topics. Requires a school to notify in writing at least one parent of a student, if the student is an unemancipated minor, of a request made by the student to change the student's name or pronoun, title, or word to identify the student.

IN SB0480

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Gender transition procedures for minors.

Gender transition procedures for minors. Prohibits a physician or other practitioner from: (1) knowingly providing gender transition procedures to an individual who is less than 18 years of age (minor); and (2) aiding or abetting another physician or practitioner in the provision of gender transition procedures to a minor. Specifies certain medical exceptions. Establishes civil enforcement actions.

PASSED

Enacting the Kansas public investments and contracts protection act concerning environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria, prohibiting the state and political subdivisions from giving preferential treatment to or discriminating against companies based on such ESG criteria in procuring or letting contracts, requiring KPERS fiduciaries to act solely in the financial interest of the participants and beneficiaries of the system, indemnifying KPERS with respect to actions taken in compliance with such act, restricting state agencies from adopting ESG criteria or requiring any person or business to operate in accordance with such criteria and providing for enforcement of such act by the attorney general.

KS HB2138

EDUCATION
PASSED

Senate Substitute for HB 2138 by Committee on Education - Requiring school districts to provide separate accommodations for students of each biological sex on overnight school district sponsored trips, requiring contracts for exclusive broadcasts of state high school activities association activities to permit certain local broadcasts and providing for administrative review of resolutions to permanently close a school building of a school district.

KS HB2238

SPORTS
PASSED

Creating the fairness in women's sports act to require that female student athletic teams only include members who are biologically female.

KS SB180

CIVIL RIGHTS
PASSED

Establishing the women's bill of rights to provide a meaning of biological sex for purposes of statutory construction.

KS SB228

INCARCERATION
PASSED

Requiring the secretary for aging and disability services to reimburse counties for certain costs when a person is in a county jail awaiting examination, evaluation or treatment for competency, modernizing statutes concerning county jails, removing the requirement that every county shall have a jail, modifying procedures used when district courts commit prisoners to jail in another county and when counties contract with city jails to keep prisoners and requiring a medical examination before certain United States prisoners or city prisoners are taken into custody of a county jail.

KY SB145

SPORTS
PASSED

AN ACT relating to interscholastic athletics.

Amend KRS 156.070 to remove the statutory eligibility restriction for nonresident student participation in interscholastic athletics; retain eligibility authority with the agency designated to manage interscholastic athletics.

KY SB150

EDUCATION
PASSED

AN ACT relating to children.

Create a new section of KRS Chapter 158 to establish definitions; require specific parental notifications from public schools; require school districts to adopt specific procedures related to parental rights; limit authority of the Kentucky Board of Education and Kentucky Department of Education in relation to parental rights and a student's use of pronouns; prohibit district or school policies with the intent of keeping student information confidential for parents; prohibit a school district from requiring school personnel or pupils to use pronouns for students that do not conform to that student's biological sex; provide school districts and district personnel authority to seek emergency medical services for a student; provide conditions for student confidentiality; amend KRS 158.1415 to establish requirements for any public school's course, curriculum, or program on the subject of human sexuality.

LA HB648

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Prohibits certain procedures to alter the sex of a minor child

MO HB15

EDUCATION
PASSED

APPROPRIATION BILL

MO SB39

SPORTS
PASSED

Establishes guidelines for student participation in athletic contests organized by sex

MO SB49

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Establishes the "Missouri Save Adolescents from Experimentation (SAFE) Act" and modifies provisions relating to public funding of certain gender transition procedures

MS HB1125

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Regulate Experimental Adolescent Procedures (REAP) Act; create to regulate transgender procedures and surgeries.

An Act To Create The "regulate Experimental Adolescent Procedures (reap)" Act For Any Person Under Eighteen Years Of Age; To Provide Definitions For The Act; To Prohibit The Direct Or Indirect Use, Grant, Payment Or Distribution Of Public Funds To Any Entity, Organization Or Individual That Provides Gender Transition Procedures To A Person Under Eighteen Years Of Age; To Provide That Health Care Services Furnished In A State Or Locally-owned Health Care Facility Or By A Physician Or Other Health Care Professional Employed By The State Or Local Government Shall Not Include Gender Transition Procedures For A Person Under Eighteen Years Of Age; To Provide That Amounts Paid During A Taxable Year For Provision Of Gender Transition Procedures Or As Premiums For Health Care Coverage That Includes Coverage For Gender Transition Procedures Are Not Deductible Under The State Income Tax Laws; To Authorize The Attorney General To Bring An Action To Enforce Compliance With This Act; To Create New Section 43-13-117.7, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Prohibit The Division Of Medicaid From Reimbursing Or Providing Coverage For Gender Transition Procedures For A Person Under Eighteen Years Of Age; To Amend Section 83-9-22, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That Health Coverage Plans Are Not Required To Include Gender Transition Procedures; To Create New Section 83-9-37, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide That A Health Benefit Plan Under An Insurance Policy Or Other Plan Providing Health Care Coverage Shall Not Include Reimbursement For Gender Transition Procedures For A Person Under Eighteen Years Of Age; To Amend Sections 27-7-17, 73-15-29 And 73-25-29, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Conform To The Provisions Of This Act; To Amend Section 73-25-33, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Exclude The Performance Gender Transition Procedures From The "practice Of Medicine" Meaning; To Amend Section 11-46-5, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Exclude From Tort Immunity Violations Of This Act; To Amend Section 41-41-219, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Conform To The Preceding Section; To Provide Severability If Any Part Of This Act Is Found Unconstitutional; And For Related Purposes.

MT HB234

EDUCATION
PASSED

Revise dissemination of obscene material to minors laws

MT HB303

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Implement Medical Ethics and Diversity Act

MT HB359

PERFORMANCE
PASSED

Prohibit minors from attending drag shows

MT HB361

EDUCATION
PASSED

Provide that use of a name and sex by a student is not discrimination

MT SB458

CIVIL RIGHTS
PASSED

Define sex in Montana law

MT SB518

EDUCATION
PASSED

Revise parental rights laws to increase parental involvement in education

MT SB99

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Provide for a youth health protection act

NC H574

SPORTS
PASSED

Fairness in Women's Sports Act

NC H808

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Gender Transition/Minors

NC S49

EDUCATION
PASSED

Parents' Bill of Rights

ND HB1139

BIRTH CERTIFICATES
PASSED

Required elements of birth records.

AN ACT to amend and reenact sections 23-02.1-01, 23-02.1-13, and 23-02.1-15 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to required elements of birth records.

ND HB1205

EDUCATION
PASSED

Prohibiting public libraries from maintaining explicit sexual material; to provide for a legislative management report; and to provide for application.

AN ACT to create and enact a new section to chapter 12.1-27.1 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to prohibiting public libraries from maintaining explicit sexual material; to provide for a legislative management report; and to provide for application.

ND HB1249

SPORTS
PASSED

Requiring schools to designate their athletic teams and sports for male, female, or coed participation and limitations on use of governmental property for athletic events.

AN ACT to create and enact chapter 15.1-39 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to requiring schools to designate their athletic teams and sports for male, female, or coed participation and limitations on use of governmental property for athletic events.

ND HB1254

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

The prohibition of certain practices against a minor; to provide a penalty; and to declare an emergency.

AN ACT to create and enact chapter 12.1-36.1 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the prohibition of certain practices against a minor; to provide a penalty; and to declare an emergency.

ND HB1297

BIRTH CERTIFICATES
PASSED

Correction or amendment of birth records.

AN ACT to create and enact a new section to chapter 23-02.1 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to correction or amendment of birth records.

ND HB1333

PERFORMANCE
PASSED

State pre-emption of local laws regulating obscenity; and to provide a penalty.

AN ACT to create and enact a new section to chapter 12.1-27.1 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to restrictions on adult-oriented performances; to amend and reenact section 12.1-27.1-12 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to state pre-emption of local laws regulating obscenity; and to provide a penalty.

ND HB1473

BATHROOM
PASSED

The use of restrooms, locker rooms, and shower rooms in a dormitory or living facility controlled by the state board of higher education, a correctional facility, the North Dakota youth correctional center, and the penitentiary exclusively for males and females.

AN ACT to create and enact a new section to chapter 12-44.1, a new section to chapter 12-46, a new section to chapter 12-47, and a new section to chapter 15-10 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the use of restrooms, locker rooms, and shower rooms in a dormitory or living facility controlled by the state board of higher education, a correctional facility, the North Dakota youth correctional center, and the penitentiary exclusively for males and females.

ND HB1474

CIVIL RIGHTS
PASSED

The definition of female, male, sex, and scrap metal dealer.

AN ACT to amend and reenact section 1-01-49, subsection 3 of section 12.1-36.1-01 of the North Dakota Century Code as created by section 1 of House Bill No. 1254, as approved by the sixty-eighth legislative assembly, subsection 2 of section 15-10.6-01 of the North Dakota Century Code as created by section 1 of House Bill No. 1489, as approved by the sixty-eighth legislative assembly, subsection 2 of section 15.1-41-01 of the North Dakota Century Code as created by section 1 of House Bill No. 1249, as approved by the sixty-eighth legislative assembly, subsection 20 of section 23-02.1-01 of the North Dakota Century Code as amended in section 1 of House Bill No. 1139, as approved by the sixty-eighth legislative assembly, and subsection 7 of section 51-35-01 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the definition of female, male, sex, and scrap metal dealer.

ND HB1489

SPORTS
PASSED

Requiring institutions of higher education designating athletic teams and sports for male, female, or coed participation.

AN ACT to create and enact chapter 15-10.6 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to requiring institutions of higher education designating athletic teams and sports for male, female, or coed participation.

ND HB1522

EDUCATION
PASSED

Preferred pronouns and providing accommodations to a transgender student; to provide a penalty; and to declare an emergency.

AN ACT to create and enact a new section to chapter 14-02.4 and a new section to chapter 15.1-06 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to preferred pronouns and providing accommodations to a transgender student; to provide a penalty; and to declare an emergency.

ND HCR3010

CIVIL RIGHTS
PASSED

A concurrent resolution urging public schools and public entities, including agencies or departments that collect vital statistics, to protect women's rights by distinguishing between the sexes according to biological sex at birth for the purpose of providing equal opportunities and ensuring the privacy and safety of women and girls.

NE LB574

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Adopt the Let Them Grow Act and the Preborn Child Protection Act and provide for discipline under the Uniform Credentialing Act

OK SB26

BATHROOM
PASSED

Schools; providing certain exception to designation and use of restroom or changing area; exception for athletic activities; remedies for noncompliance. Effective date. Emergency.

PASSED

Oklahoma Religious Freedom Act; establishing exclusion from certain funds or benefits for certain reasons as substantial burden. Effective date.

OK SB613

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Health care; prohibiting gender transition procedures for children; authorizing certain civil actions and relief; licensure; adding violations and penalties. Emergency.

SD HB1080

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Prohibit certain medical and surgical interventions on minor patients.

TN HB0001

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 28; Title 29; Title 33; Title 34; Title 36; Title 37; Title 39; Title 40; Title 49; Title 56; Title 63; Title 68 and Title 71, relative to medical care of the young.

As enacted, prohibits a healthcare provider from performing on a minor or administering to a minor a medical procedure if the performance or administration of the procedure is for the purpose of enabling a minor to identify with, or live as, a purported identity inconsistent with the minor’s sex. - Amends TCA Title 28; Title 29; Title 33; Title 34; Title 36; Title 37; Title 39; Title 40; Title 49; Title 56; Title 63; Title 68 and Title 71.

TN HB0009

PERFORMANCE
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 7, Chapter 51, Part 14, relative to adult-oriented performances.

As enacted, creates an offense for a person who engages in an adult cabaret performance on public property or in a location where the adult cabaret performance could be viewed by a person who is not an adult. - Amends TCA Title 7, Chapter 51, Part 14.

TN HB0239

CIVIL RIGHTS
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 1, Chapter 3 and Title 49, Chapter 2, Part 8, relative to statutory definitions.

As enacted, adds "sex" as a defined term for statutory construction purposes. - Amends TCA Title 1, Chapter 3 and Title 49, Chapter 2, Part 8.

TN HB0306

SPORTS
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 49, Chapter 1 and Title 49, Chapter 50, relative to private schools.

As enacted, limits the ability of a student enrolled in a private school to participate in an interscholastic athletic activity or event, to such activity or event where membership in the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association is required, in accordance with the student's immutable biological sex as determined by anatomy and genetics existing at the time of birth. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 1 and Title 49, Chapter 50.

TN HB0727

EDUCATION
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 49, Chapter 1; Title 49, Chapter 2; Title 49, Chapter 6 and Title 68, relative to consent in educational events.

As enacted, requires a student's parent or legal guardian, or the student if the student has reached the age of majority, to provide certain consent before the student may engage in certain activities at school. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 1; Title 49, Chapter 2; Title 49, Chapter 6 and Title 68.

TN HB1269

EDUCATION
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 49, Chapter 6, relative to student pronouns.

As enacted, specifies that a teacher or other employee of a public school or LEA is not required to refer to a student using the student's preferred pronoun if the pronoun is not consistent with the student's biological sex; insulates a teacher or other employee of a public school or LEA from civil liability and adverse employment action for referring to a student using the pronoun that is consistent with the student's biological sex. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 6.

TN SB0001

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 28; Title 29; Title 33; Title 34; Title 36; Title 37; Title 39; Title 40; Title 49; Title 56; Title 63; Title 68 and Title 71, relative to medical care of the young.

As enacted, prohibits a healthcare provider from performing on a minor or administering to a minor a medical procedure if the performance or administration of the procedure is for the purpose of enabling a minor to identify with, or live as, a purported identity inconsistent with the minor’s sex. - Amends TCA Title 28; Title 29; Title 33; Title 34; Title 36; Title 37; Title 39; Title 40; Title 49; Title 56; Title 63; Title 68 and Title 71.

TN SB0003

PERFORMANCE
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 7, Chapter 51, Part 14, relative to adult-oriented performances.

As enacted, creates an offense for a person who engages in an adult cabaret performance on public property or in a location where the adult cabaret performance could be viewed by a person who is not an adult. - Amends TCA Title 7, Chapter 51, Part 14.

TN SB0466

EDUCATION
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 49, Chapter 6, relative to student pronouns.

As enacted, specifies that a teacher or other employee of a public school or LEA is not required to refer to a student using the student's preferred pronoun if the pronoun is not consistent with the student's biological sex; insulates a teacher or other employee of a public school or LEA from civil liability and adverse employment action for referring to a student using the pronoun that is consistent with the student's biological sex. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 6.

TN SB1237

SPORTS
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 49, Chapter 1 and Title 49, Chapter 50, relative to private schools.

As enacted, limits the ability of a student enrolled in a private school to participate in an interscholastic athletic activity or event, to such activity or event where membership in the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association is required, in accordance with the student's immutable biological sex as determined by anatomy and genetics existing at the time of birth. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 1 and Title 49, Chapter 50.

TN SB1440

CIVIL RIGHTS
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 1, Chapter 3 and Title 49, Chapter 2, Part 8, relative to statutory definitions.

As enacted, adds "sex" as a defined term for statutory construction purposes. - Amends TCA Title 1, Chapter 3 and Title 49, Chapter 2, Part 8.

TN SB1443

EDUCATION
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 49, Chapter 1; Title 49, Chapter 2; Title 49, Chapter 6 and Title 68, relative to consent in educational events.

As enacted, requires a student's parent or legal guardian, or the student if the student has reached the age of majority, to provide certain consent before the student may engage in certain activities at school. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 1; Title 49, Chapter 2; Title 49, Chapter 6 and Title 68.

TX SB12

PERFORMANCE
PASSED

Relating to the authority to regulate sexually oriented performances and to restricting those performances on the premises of a commercial enterprise, on public property, or in the presence of an individual younger than 18 years of age; authorizing a civil penalty; creating a criminal offense.

TX SB14

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Relating to prohibitions on the provision to certain children of procedures and treatments for gender transitioning, gender reassignment, or gender dysphoria and on the use of public money or public assistance to provide those procedures and treatments.

TX SB15

SPORTS
PASSED

Relating to requiring public institution of higher education students who compete in intercollegiate athletic competitions to compete based on biological sex.

TX SB17

EDUCATION
PASSED

Relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives at public institutions of higher education.

UT HB0209

SPORTS
PASSED

Participation in Extracurricular Activities Amendments

UT SB0016

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Transgender Medical Treatments and Procedures Amendments

UT SB0093

BIRTH CERTIFICATES
PASSED

Birth Certificate Modifications

UT SB0100

EDUCATION
PASSED

School Gender Identity Policies

WI SB70

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

State finances and appropriations, constituting the executive budget act of the 2023 legislature. (FE)

An Act; Relating to: state finances and appropriations, constituting the executive budget act of the 2023 legislature. (FE)

WV HB2007

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Prohibiting certain medical practices

The purpose of this bill is to prohibit certain medical practices.

WY SF0133

SPORTS
PASSED

Student eligibility in interscholastic sports.

AN ACT relating to education; prohibiting students of the male sex from competing on a team designated for students of the female sex as specified; prohibiting retaliation; providing for an administrative hearing as specified; alternatively providing for a commission to determine student eligibility as specified; providing definitions; providing immunity as specified; providing an appropriation; requiring rulemaking; and providing for an effective date.

Vetoed bills

FAILED

Women's shelters; male employees; liability

AZ HB2786

EDUCATION
FAILED

Teacher training; parental notification; requirements

AZ SB1001

EDUCATION
FAILED

Pronouns; biological sex; school policies

AZ SB1026

PERFORMANCE
FAILED

State monies; drag shows; minors

AZ SB1028

PERFORMANCE
FAILED

Adult cabaret performances; prohibited locations

AZ SB1030

PERFORMANCE
FAILED

Sexually explicit performances; regulation

AZ SB1040

BATHROOM
FAILED

Public schools; restrooms; reasonable accommodations

AZ SB1698

PERFORMANCE
FAILED

Unlawful exposure; minors; sentencing; reporting

KS SB26

HEALTHCARE
VETOED

Creating a civil cause of action against a physician who performs childhood gender reassignment service and requiring revocation of a physician's license who performs childhood gender reassignment service.

LA HB466

EDUCATION
FAILED

Provides relative to discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity in public schools

LA HB81

EDUCATION
FAILED

Provides relative to the use of certain names and pronouns for students

ND SB2231

EDUCATION
VETOED

Preferred pronoun discriminatory practices and school policies on expressed gender.

AN ACT to create and enact sections 14-02.4-03.1 and 15.1-06-21 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to preferred pronoun discriminatory practices and school policies on expressed gender.

OH HB68

HEALTHCARE
VETOED

Enact Ohio Saving Adolescents from Experimentation (SAFE) Act

To enact sections 3109.054, 3129.01, 3129.02, 3129.03, 3129.04, 3129.05, 3129.06, 3313.5319, and 3345.562 of the Revised Code to enact the Saving Ohio Adolescents from Experimentation (SAFE) Act regarding gender transition services for minors, and to enact the Save Women's Sports Act to require schools, state institutions of higher education, and private colleges to designate separate single-sex teams and sports for each sex.

WI AB465

HEALTHCARE
VETOED

Prohibiting gender transition medical intervention for individuals under 18 years of age.

An Act to amend 441.07 (2), 448.02 (6), 448.02 (9) (intro.) and 448.978 (2) (intro.); and to create 146.36, 441.07 (1j), 448.02 (3m) and 448.978 (1m) of the statutes; Relating to: prohibiting gender transition medical intervention for individuals under 18 years of age.