Trans Legislation Tracker

What anti-trans bills passed in 2024?

3 bills

This year, 3 bills have already passed. Of those, 2 have been signed into law. 1 others have passed, but haven't yet been vetoed or signed.

HEALTHCARE (1)CIVIL RIGHTS (1)EDUCATION (1)

3 states

OhioUtahWisconsin

1 vetoed

So far this year, 1 bills passed and subsequently vetoed. These bills are not included in our passed bills count. In cases where a veto is overridden, bills will be labeled passed and included in the passed bills count.

Recent Updates

Here's a list of the most recent updates to anti-trans bills passed in 2024.

Passed bills

OH HB68

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

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.

UT HB0257

CIVIL RIGHTS
PASSED

Sex-based Designations for Privacy, Anti-bullying, and Women's Opportunities

Each government entity shall ensure the preservation of distinctions on the basis of sex that protect individual privacy and competitive opportunity, as described in this chapter. (3) (a) To preserve the individual privacy and competitive opportunity of females, an individual is not entitled to and may not access, use, or benefit from a government or otherwise publicly funded facility, program, or event if: (i) the facility, program, or event is designated for females; and (ii) the individual is not female. (b) To preserve the individual privacy and competitive opportunity of males, an individual is not entitled to and may not access, use, or benefit from a government or otherwise publicly funded facility, program, or event if: (i) the facility, program, or event is designated for males; and (ii) the individual is not male

WI AB510

EDUCATION
PASSED - PENDING GOVERNOR SIGNATURE

Rights reserved to a parent or guardian of a child.

An Act to create 48.9865 of the statutes; Relating to: rights reserved to a parent or guardian of a child.

The right to timely notice by the child's school, through a process consistent with school policy, of when a controversial subject will be taught or discussed in the child's classroom. The bill defines “controversial subject” as a subject of substantial public debate, disagreement, or disapproval and specifies that the term includes instruction about gender identity, sexual orientation, [...] or content that is not age-appropriate. [...] The right to opt out of a class or instructional materials at the child's school for reasons based on either religion or personal conviction.

Vetoed bills

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.

This bill prohibits health care providers from engaging in, causing the engagement in, or making referrals for, certain medical intervention practices upon an individual under 18 years of age if done for the purpose of changing the minor's body to correspond to a sex that is discordant with the minor's biological sex.