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AZ SB1182

BATHROOMENGROSSED

Public schools; showers; reasonable accommodations

Selected quotes

A reasonable accommodation does not include access to a shower room that is designated for use by persons of the opposite sex while persons of the opposite sex are present or could be present.

"Satisfactory evidence" means either:(a) a person's original birth certificate. (b) a person's amended, corrected or otherwise modified birth certificate with a written statement by a physician attesting that the biological sex registered in the birth certificate is consistent with the person's chromosomal count.

Legislative Session

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Fifty-sixth Legislature - Second Regular Session (2024)

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Calendar

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2024-02-1213:00HearingCaucus Room 1Senate Rules
2024-02-0713:00HearingSHR 1Senate Education

History

DateAction
2024-02-28Assigned to House RULES Committee
2024-02-28Assigned to House ED Committee
2024-02-28Introduced in House and read first time
2024-02-27Transmit to House
2024-02-26Senate third reading PASSED voting: (16-13-1-0)
2024-02-26Senate Committee of the Whole action: Do Pass Amended
2024-02-21Senate Committee of the Whole action: Retained
2024-02-13Senate minority caucus: Do pass
2024-02-13Senate majority caucus: Do pass
2024-02-12Senate consent calendar
2024-02-12Senate RULES Committee action: Proper For Consideration, voting: (4-3-0-0)
2024-02-07Senate ED Committee action: Do Pass, voting: (4-3-0-0)
2024-01-25Senate read second time
2024-01-24Assigned to Senate RULES Committee
2024-01-24Assigned to Senate ED Committee
2024-01-24Introduced in Senate and read first time