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ID H0538

EDUCATIONINTRODUCED

Adds to existing law to prohibit governmental entities in the State of Idaho from compelling employees and students to use certain titles and pronouns.

CIVIL RIGHTS -- Adds to existing law to prohibit governmental entities in the State of Idaho from compelling employees and students to use certain titles and pronouns.

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A government employee, regardless of the scope of such employee's official duties, shall not be subject to adverse employment action for declining to: (a) Identify such employee's pronouns while acting within the scope of employment; or (b) Address a person using a name other than the person's legal name or a derivative thereof, or by a preferred personal title or pronoun that is inconsistent with the person's sex.

An employee of a public school or public institution of higher education, regardless of the scope of such employee's official duties, shall not: (a) Knowingly and intentionally address an unemancipated minor student by a name other than the student's legal name or a derivative thereof, or by a preferred personal title or pronoun that is inconsistent with the student's sex, without the written permission of the student's parent or guardian; and (b) Be subject to adverse employment action for declining to address a student using a name other than the student's legal name, or a derivative thereof, or by a preferred personal title or pronoun that is inconsistent with a student's sex.

A student of a public school or public institution of higher education shall not be subject to adverse disciplinary action by the school or institution for declining to: (a) Identify such student's pronouns; or (b) Address a person using a name other than the person's legal name, or a derivative thereof, or by a preferred personal title or pronoun that is inconsistent with the person's sex.

Legislative Session

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2024 Regular Session

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Sponsors

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Calendar

datetimetypelocationdescription
2024-02-2911:00HearingN/AHouse Calendar Committee
2024-02-2811:00HearingN/AHouse Calendar Committee
2024-02-2811:00HearingHouse FloorHouse Calendar Committee
2024-02-1609:00HearingRoom EW40House State Affairs Committee

History

DateAction
2024-02-29U.C. to hold place on third reading calendar one legislative day
2024-02-28U.C. to hold place on third reading calendar one legislative day
2024-02-28U.C. to place at bottom of third reading calendar one legislative day
2024-02-27U.C. to place at bottom of third reading calendar one legislative day
2024-02-26U.C. to place at bottom of third reading calendar one legislative day
2024-02-23U.C. to hold place on third reading calendar until Monday, February 26, 2024
2024-02-22U.C. to place at bottom of third reading calendar one legislative day
2024-02-21U.C. to hold place on third reading calendar one legislative day
2024-02-20U.C. to hold place on third reading calendar one legislative day
2024-02-19Read second time; Filed for Third Reading
2024-02-16Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation, Filed for Second Reading
2024-02-12Reported Printed and Referred to State Affairs
2024-02-09Introduced, read first time, referred to JRA for Printing