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AL HB111

CIVIL RIGHTSINTRODUCED

Sex-based terms, defined; vital statistics, report sex as male or female at birth required, legislative policy regarding sex and gender identity established

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There are only two sexes, and every individual is either male or female. The term "sex" is objective and fixed. Individuals with differences in sex development, also known as "DSDs" or "intersex conditions," are not a third sex.

(1) BOY. A human male who has not yet reached adulthood. (2) FATHER. The male parent of a child or children. (3) FEMALE. When used in reference to a natural person, an individual who has, had, will have, or would have, but for a developmental anomaly, genetic anomaly, or accident, the reproductive system that at some point produces ova. (4) GIRL. A human female who has not yet reached adulthood. (6) MALE. When used in reference to a natural person, an individual who has, had, will have, or would have, but for a developmental anomaly, genetic anomaly, or accident, the reproductive system that at some point produces sperm. (7) MAN. An adult human of the male sex. (9) MOTHER. The female parent of a child or children.

SEX. When the term is used to classify or describe a natural person, the state of being male or female as observed or clinically verified at birth.

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Regular Session 2024

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2024-02-2813:30HearingRoom 200House Judiciary Hearing
2024-02-2113:30HearingRoom 200House Judiciary Hearing

History

DateAction
2024-02-28Read Second Time In House of Origin
2024-02-28Instrument Change Adopted 7L7PE2E-1
2024-02-28Hill amendment adopted W48S559-1
2024-02-28Robbins amendment adopted 47JLI33-1
2024-02-28Reported Out of Committee In House of Origin
2024-02-06Pending House Judiciary
2024-02-06Read First Time In House of Origin