We are tracking 8 anti-trans bills in Michigan in 2024. The legislation impacts 4 categories:
A bill to require that certain educational institutions in this state, when providing students with multiple occupancy restrooms, changing areas, and similar facilities, do so in a manner that ensures each student's privacy from individuals of the opposite biological sex […] “Biological sex” means the physical condition of being male or female, as stated on an individual's original birth certificate.
A person is guilty of child abuse in the first degree if either of the following applies: (a) The person knowingly or intentionally causes serious physical harm or serious mental harm to a child. (b) The person knowingly or intentionally consents to, obtains, or assists with a gender transition procedure for a child. For purposes of this subdivision only, "person" means a child's parent or guardian or any other person who cares for, has custody of, has authority over a child regardless of the length of time that a child is cared for, in the custody of, or subject to the authority of that person, or a physician or other licensed medical professional.
A public school shall ensure that every multiple-occupancy restroom or changing area designated for pupil use must be used by individuals based only on biological sex.
(1) A person shall not provide a puberty-blocking drug to a minor to delay or suppress pubertal development in that minor to assist that minor with a gender transition. (2) A person shall not provide genital gender reassignment surgery to a minor. (3) A person who violates this section is guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment for not more than 4 years.
Though an individual in a sporting event participates in the competition designated for members of the opposite biological sex, official awards, rankings, and records of results shall nonetheless be categorized consistent with each competitor's biological sex.
"Female" means an individual whose biological reproductive system is developed to produce ova. (c) "Male" means an individual whose biological reproductive system is developed to fertilize the ova of a female. (d) "Woman" and "girl" mean human females. (e) "Man" and "boy" mean human males. (f) "Mother" means a parent of the female sex. (g) "Father" means a parent of the male sex.