Trans Legislation Tracker

What anti-trans bills passed in 2024?

37 bills

This year, 37 bills have already passed. Of those, 31 have been signed into law. 6 others have passed, but haven't yet been vetoed or signed.

BATHROOM (2)EDUCATION (13)INCARCERATION (2)HEALTHCARE (10)CIVIL RIGHTS (3)OTHER (5)SPORTS (2)

15 states

AlabamaFloridaGeorgiaIowaIdahoIndianaKansasLouisianaMississippiNew HampshireOhioSouth CarolinaTennesseeUtahWyoming

8 vetoed

So far this year, 8 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

AL SB129

BATHROOM
PASSED

Diversity, equity, and inclusion; certain public entities prohibited from maintaining office that promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion programs; certain programs related to divisive concepts or diversity, equity, and inclusion, prohibited; promotion and endorsement of certain divisive concepts in certain public settings prohibited; exceptions provided; public institution of higher education, required to designate multioccupancy restrooms based on biological sex

Each public institution of higher education shall ensure that every multiple occupancy restroom be designated for use by individuals based on their biological sex

FL H1291

EDUCATION
PASSED

Educator Preparation Programs

Prohibits courses & curriculum of teacher preparation programs, postsecondary educator preparation institutes, professional learning certification programs, & school leader preparation programs from distorting certain events & including certain curriculum & instruction; & requires teacher preparation programs, postsecondary educator preparation institutes, professional learning certification programs, & school leader preparation programs to afford candidates certain opportunities.

Teacher preparation program courses [...] may not [...] include a curriculum or instruction that teaches identity politics, violates s. 1000.05, or is based on theories that systemic racism, sexism, oppression, and privilege are inherent in the institutions of the United States and were created to maintain social, political, and economic inequities.

FL H1425

INCARCERATION
PASSED

Juvenile Justice

Authorizes DJJ employees & contracted providers to possess & administer opioid antagonists; provides immunity from liability for administration; replacing term "gender-specific" with "sex-specific"; eliminates minimum-risk nonresidential restrictiveness level; redesignates "nonsecure residential restrictiveness level" as "moderate-risk residential level"; revises provisions concerning transitioning child to & from secure detention care & supervised release detention care.

GA SB140

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Hospitals; the treatment of gender dysphoria in minors performed in hospitals and other licensed healthcare facilities; prohibit certain surgical procedures

A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Article 1 of Chapter 7 of Title 31 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to regulation of hospitals and related institutions, so as to prohibit certain surgical procedures for the treatment of gender dysphoria in minors from being performed in hospitals and other licensed healthcare facilities; to provide for exceptions; to provide for violations; to amend Article 1 of Chapter 34 of Title 43 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to the Georgia Composite Medical Board, so as to prohibit certain surgical procedures for the treatment of gender dysphoria in minors; to provide for exceptions; to provide for violations; to provide for legislative findings; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.

None of the following irreversible procedures or therapies shall be performed on a minor for the treatment of gender dysphoria in an institution licensed pursuant to this article: (1) Sex reassignment surgeries, or any other surgical procedures, that are performed for the purpose of altering primary or secondary sexual characteristics; or (2) Hormone replacement therapies.

IA SF2435

EDUCATION
PASSED

A bill for an act relating to and making appropriations to the education system, including the funding and operation of the department for the blind, department of education, and state board of regents; modifying provisions related to compulsory education, open enrollment, the state board of regents presidential search committee, the Iowa tuition grants program, and the Iowa dyslexia board; establishing restrictions related to diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts of institutions of higher education governed by the state board of regents; providing penalties; and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3201.) Effective date: 05/09/2024, 07/01/2024, 07/01/2025. Applicability date: 07/01/2024.

Diversity, equity, and inclusion office prohibited. A public institution of higher education shall not [...] 1. Establish or maintain a diversity, equity, and inclusion office. [...] 3. Compel, require, induce, or solicit any person to provide a diversity, equity, and inclusion statement

ID H0421

CIVIL RIGHTS
PASSED

Amends existing law to define terms and to revise definitions regarding “sex” and “gender.”

INDIVIDUAL'S SEX -- Amends existing law to define terms and to revise definitions regarding “sex” and “gender.”

In human beings, there are two, and only two, sexes: male and female; (2) Every individual is either male or female; (3) An individual's sex can be observed or clinically verified at or before birth;

ID H0455

BATHROOM
PASSED

Amends existing law to make codifier's corrections.

CODIFIER'S CORRECTIONS -- Amends existing law to make codifier's corrections.

Requiring students to share restrooms and changing facilities with members of the opposite biological sex generates potential embarrassment, shame, and psychological injury to students, as well as increasing the likelihood of sexual assault, molestation, rape, voyeurism, and exhibitionism;

ID H0538

EDUCATION
PASSED

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.

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.

ID H0668

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Adds to existing law to prohibit the use of public funds for gender transition procedures.

NO PUBLIC FUNDS FOR GENDER TRANSITION -- Adds to existing law to prohibit the use of public funds for gender transition procedures.

Public funds shall not be used, granted, paid, or distributed to any entity, organization, or individual for the provision or subsidy of any surgical operation or medical intervention [...] for purposes of altering the appearance of an individual in order to affirm the individual's perception of the individual's sex in a way that is inconsistent with the individual's biological sex regardless of whether the surgical operation or medical intervention is administered to a minor or an adult

ID H0710

EDUCATION
PASSED

Amends and adds to existing law to prohibit certain materials from being promoted, given, or made available to a minor by a school or public library, to provide for a cause of action, to provide for damages, and to provide for injunctive relief.

MINORS -- Amends and adds to existing law to prohibit certain materials from being promoted, given, or made available to a minor by a school or public library, to provide for a cause of action, to provide for damages, and to provide for injunctive relief.

CHILDREN'S SCHOOL AND LIBRARY PROTECTION. (1) This section shall be known and may be cited as the "Children's School and Library Protection Act." (2) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a school or public library, or an agent thereof, shall not promote, give, or make available to a minor: [...] (c) Any other material harmful to minors.

ID H0734

EDUCATION
PASSED

Relates to the appropriation to the State Board of Education and the Board of Regents of the University of Idaho for College and Universities and the Office of the State Board of Education for fiscal year 2025.

APPROPRIATIONS -- COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITIES -- Relates to the appropriation to the State Board of Education and the Board of Regents of the University of Idaho for College and Universities and the Office of the State Board of Education for fiscal year 2025.

State-appropriated funds shall not be utilized to support diversity, equity, inclusion, or social justice ideology as part of any student activities, clubs, events, or organizations campus. Each college and university shall submit a written report of its expenditures related to these activities to the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee no later than December 1, 2024.

ID S1352

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Adds to existing law to provide that a counselor or therapist practicing in Idaho shall not be required to counsel a client in support of goals, outcomes, or behaviors that conflict with the sincerely held religious, moral, or ethical principles of the counselor or therapist.

COUNSELORS AND THERAPISTS -- Adds to existing law to provide that a counselor or therapist practicing in Idaho shall not be required to counsel a client in support of goals, outcomes, or behaviors that conflict with the sincerely held religious, moral, or ethical principles of the counselor or therapist.

(1) No person engaged in the practice of professional counseling or marriage and family therapy in the state of Idaho shall be required to provide counseling to or facilitate the counseling of a client in support of goals, outcomes, or behaviors that conflict with the sincerely held religious, moral, or ethical principles of the counselor or therapist. (2) The declination to provide or facilitate counseling or therapy as described in subsection (1) of this section shall not be the basis for: (a) A civil cause of action; (b) Criminal prosecution; or (c) Disciplinary action pursuant to section 54-3407, Idaho Code. (3) The right to decline to provide or facilitate counseling or therapy as described in subsection (1) of this section is limited to conscience based objections to particular goals, outcomes, or behaviors that may be the objectives of particular types of counseling or therapy.

IN SB0202

EDUCATION
PASSED

State educational institution matters.

State educational institution matters. Amends the duties of state educational institutions' diversity committees. Provides that certain offices or individuals established or employed by a state educational institution (institution) regarding diversity programming must include within the mission of the office or position programming that substantially promotes both cultural and intellectual diversity. Establishes various requirements and restrictions for institutions regarding free inquiry, free expression, and intellectual diversity that does the following: (1) Requires the establishment of certain policies regarding: (A) disciplinary actions for certain persons that materially and substantially disrupt protected expressive activity; (B) limiting or restricting the granting of tenure or a promotion if certain conditions related to free inquiry, free expression, and intellectual diversity are not met; and (C) disciplinary actions that will be taken if, after a review, a determination has been made that a tenured faculty member has failed to meet certain criteria related to free inquiry, free expression, and intellectual diversity. (2) Requires the review and consideration, at least every five years, of certain criteria related to free inquiry, free expression, and intellectual diversity. (3) Requires the establishment of a procedure that allows students and employees to submit complaints that a faculty member or contractor is not meeting certain criteria related to free inquiry, free expression, and intellectual diversity and establishes requirements regarding the procedure and submitted complaints. (4) Establishes consideration requirements before an institution renews an employment agreement or other contract with, makes a bonus decision regarding, or completes a review or performance assessment of a faculty member or contractor. (5) Prohibits requiring an applicant, employee, or contractor to pledge allegiance to or make a statement of personal support for: (A) certain policies or actions; or (B) political or ideological movements. (6) Establishes restrictions regarding awarding admission, enrollment, employment, benefits, hiring, reappointment, promotion, or granting tenure to an applicant, employee, or contractor on the basis of the viewpoints expressed in a submitted pledge or statement. (7) Requires certain information be included in an institution's programming for new students. (8) Requires the adoption of a statement on neutrality that makes a distinction between the official positions of an institution from the individual viewpoints of the institution's employees, contractors, students, and alumni. (9) Allows the commission for higher education (commission) to establish a survey that attempts to collect information from students regarding the current perceptions of whether free speech and academic freedom are recognized and fostered by an institution in a manner that welcomes expression of different opinions and ideologies and requires an institution to promote and provide the survey to students. (10) Establishes various reporting requirements by institutions or the commission concerning complaints submitted regarding faculty members or contractors who are not meeting certain criteria related to free inquiry, free expression, and intellectual diversity. (11) Provides that certain individuals may request the commission to review a final decision by an institution concerning a violation of these provisions. Provides that the commission may enter into an agreement with the office of administrative law proceedings to review violations of certain provisions and issue an opinion on behalf of the commission. Requires each institution to submit certain information by September 1, 2024, and on September 1 of each year thereafter.

An institution may not require an applicant, an employee, or a person described in subsection (a) to [...] make a statement of personal support for any: (1) policy or action that would treat similarly situated people or groups of people differently based on the race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, or religion; or (2) political or ideological movement.

KS HB2436

OTHER
PASSED

Senate Substitute for HB 2436 by Committee on Federal and State Affairs - Creating the crime of coercion to obtain an abortion and providing enhanced criminal penalties for offenses committed with the intent to coerce a woman to obtain an abortion.

PASSED

House Substitute for SB 291 by Committee on Legislative Modernization - Transferring all cybsersecurity services under the chief information technology officer of each branch of government, creating chief information security officers within the judicial and legislative branches, requiring a chief information security officer to be appointed by the attorney general, Kansas bureau of investigation, secretary of state, state treasurer and insurance commissioner and requiring the chief information security officers to implement certain minimum cybersecurity standards, requiring the information technology executive council to develop a plan to integrate executive branch information technology services under the executive chief information technology officer, making and concerning appropriations for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2025, and June 30, 2026, for the office of information technology, Kansas information security office and the adjutant general, authorizing certain transfers and imposing certain limitations and restrictions and directing or authorizing certain disbursements and procedures for all state agencies and requiring legislative review of state agencies not in compliance with this act.

LA HB608

CIVIL RIGHTS
PASSED - PENDING GOVERNOR SIGNATURE

Creates the Women's Safety and Protection Act (RE SEE FISC NOTE GF EX See Note)

No governmental agency [...] shall prohibit distinctions between the sexes with respect to athletics, correctional facilities, juvenile detention facilities, domestic violence shelters, or other accommodation

PASSED

SAFER Act; enact.

An Act To Create New Section 29-18-1, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Create The "safer Act" To Regulate Governmental Buildings; To Create New Section 29-18-3, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide Legislative Findings For The Act; To Create New Section 29-18-5, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Provide Definitions For The Act; To Create New Section 29-18-7, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Require Certain Public Education Buildings To Have Exclusive Male And/or Female Restrooms Or Single-sex Or Family Use Restrooms At A Minimum; To Create New Section 29-18-9, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Require Changing Facilities To Be Exclusive Male And/or Female Or Single-sex Or Family-use At A Minimum; To Create New Section 29-18-11, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Regulate Public Student Housing For Single-sex Educational Housing; To Create New Section 29-18-13, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Require Single-sex Social Sororities And Fraternities To Comply With The Definitions Of This Act To Designate Housing; To Create New Section 29-18-15, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Regulate How Persons Enter A Single-sex Restroom, Changing Facility Or Educational Housing Space; To Create New Section 29-18-17, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Authorize Assertion Of A Violation Of This Act; To Create New Section 29-18-19, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Authorize The Attorney General To Bring Action Regarding The Provisions Of This Act; To Create New Section 1-3-83, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Define The Terms "female," "male" And "sex"; And For Related Purposes.

The term "female," when used in any statute, shall mean an individual who has, had, will have through the course of normal development, or would have had, but for a developmental anomaly, genetic anomaly, disease, or injury, the reproductive system that at some point produces ova.

NH HB1205

SPORTS
PASSED - PENDING GOVERNOR SIGNATURE

Relative to women's school sports.

“Female” means an individual whose biological sex determined at birth is female. As used in this section, “women” or “girls” refers to biological females. (e) “Male” means an individual whose biological sex determined at birth is male. As used in this section, “men” or “boys” refers to biological males.

NH HB1312

EDUCATION
PASSED - PENDING GOVERNOR SIGNATURE

Requiring parental notification of student health or well-being and certain curricula by school districts.

Require school districts to adopt a policy [...] to require the school district or classroom teacher to provide parents and legal guardians not less than 2 weeks advance notice of any curriculum course material used for instruction or program of human sexuality, human sexual education, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression.

NH HB619

HEALTHCARE
PASSED - PENDING GOVERNOR SIGNATURE

To require a person to attain the age of majority for genital gender reassignment surgery.

A physician or other health care professional shall not provide gender transition procedures to any individual under 18 years of age. II. A physician or other health care professional shall not refer any individual under 18 years of age to any health care professional for gender transition procedures.

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.

SC H4624

HEALTHCARE
PASSED - PENDING GOVERNOR SIGNATURE

Gender Reassignment Procedures

Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Adding Chapter 42 To Title 44 So As To Define Gender, Sex, And Other Terms, To Prohibit The Provision Of Gender Transition Procedures To A Person Under Eighteen Years Of Age, To Provide Exceptions, To Prohibit The Use Of Public Funds For Gender Transition Procedures, And To Provide Penalties; And By Adding Section 59-32-36 So As To Prohibit Public School Staff And Officials From Withholding Knowledge Of A Minor's Perception Of Their Gender From The Minor's Parents, Among Other Things. - Ratified Title

(A) A physician, mental health provider, or other health care professional shall not knowingly provide gender transition procedures to a person under eighteen years of age.

TN HB1634

EDUCATION
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 49, Chapter 5 and Title 49, Chapter 6, relative to kindergarten through grade twelve education.

As enacted, revises language prohibiting educators from discriminating against students on certain, specified bases to generally prohibiting educators from discriminating against students on any basis. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 5 and Title 49, Chapter 6.

Tennessee Code Annotated, Section 49-5-1003(b)(10), is amended by deleting "family, social, or cultural background; or sexual orientation" and substituting "family background; or the student's membership in a protected class under federal or state law".

TN HB2165

EDUCATION
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 49, relative to K-12 education.

As enacted, requires a request made by a student to an employee of the student's LEA or public charter school for an accommodation to affirm the student's gender identity to be reported to a school administrator and to the student's parent; prohibits an employee of an LEA or public charter school from knowingly providing false or misleading information to a student's parent regarding the student's gender identity or intention to transition to a gender that differs from the student's sex at the time of birth; authorizes civil actions to be filed by parents and by the attorney general and reporter against a noncompliant LEA or public charter school. - Amends TCA Title 49.

An employee of an LEA or public charter school shall not knowingly give false or misleading information to the parent of a student regarding the student's gender identity or the student's intention to transition to a gender that differs from the sex listed on the student's official birth certificate or certificate of birth issued upon adoption, if the certificate of birth was issued at or near the time of the student's birth.

PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 37, relative to the Tennessee Foster and Adoptive Parent Protection Act.

As enacted, enacts the "Tennessee Foster and Adoptive Parent Protection Act," which generally prohibits the department of children's services from requiring a current or prospective adoptive or foster parent to affirm, accept, or support any government policy regarding sexual orientation or gender identity that conflicts with the parent's sincerely held religious or moral beliefs; makes related changes. - Amends TCA Title 37.

The department shall not establish or enforce a standard, rule, or policy that precludes consideration of a parent for a placement based, in whole or in part, upon the parent's sincerely held religious or moral beliefs regarding sexual orientation or gender identity. Such beliefs do not create a presumption that any particular placement is contrary to the best interest of the child.

TN HB2619

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 39; Title 40 and Title 41, relative to the department of correction.

As enacted, generally prohibits the department from using state funds to administer hormone replacement therapy to state inmates incarcerated in a state penitentiary or a county jail or workhouse, or for sex reassignment surgery for state inmates incarcerated in a state penitentiary or a county jail or workhouse. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 41.

The department of correction shall not use state funds: (i) To administer hormone replacement therapy to state inmates incarcerated in a state penitentiary or a county jail or workhouse. [...] (ii) For sex reassignment surgery for state inmates incarcerated in a state penitentiary or a county jail or workhouse.

PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 37, relative to the Tennessee Foster and Adoptive Parent Protection Act.

As enacted, enacts the "Tennessee Foster and Adoptive Parent Protection Act," which generally prohibits the department of children's services from requiring a current or prospective adoptive or foster parent to affirm, accept, or support any government policy regarding sexual orientation or gender identity that conflicts with the parent's sincerely held religious or moral beliefs; makes related changes. - Amends TCA Title 37.

The department shall not establish or enforce a standard, rule, or policy that precludes consideration of a parent for a placement based, in whole or in part, upon the parent's sincerely held religious or moral beliefs regarding sexual orientation or gender identity. Such beliefs do not create a presumption that any particular placement is contrary to the best interest of the child

TN SB1810

EDUCATION
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 49, relative to K-12 education.

As enacted, requires a request made by a student to an employee of the student's LEA or public charter school for an accommodation to affirm the student's gender identity to be reported to a school administrator and to the student's parent; prohibits an employee of an LEA or public charter school from knowingly providing false or misleading information to a student's parent regarding the student's gender identity or intention to transition to a gender that differs from the student's sex at the time of birth; authorizes civil actions to be filed by parents and by the attorney general and reporter against a noncompliant LEA or public charter school. - Amends TCA Title 49.

The department shall not establish or enforce a standard, rule, or policy that precludes consideration of a parent for a placement based, in whole or in part, upon the parent's sincerely held religious or moral beliefs regarding sexual orientation or gender identity. Such beliefs do not create a presumption that any particular placement is contrary to the best interest of the child

TN SB2766

EDUCATION
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 49, Chapter 5 and Title 49, Chapter 6, relative to kindergarten through grade twelve education.

As enacted, revises language prohibiting educators from discriminating against students on certain, specified bases to generally prohibiting educators from discriminating against students on any basis. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 5 and Title 49, Chapter 6.

Tennessee Code Annotated, Section 49-5-1003(b)(10), is amended by deleting "family, social, or cultural background; or sexual orientation" and substituting "family background; or the student's membership in a protected class under federal or state law".

TN SB2782

HEALTHCARE
PASSED - PENDING GOVERNOR SIGNATURE

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 29; Title 36; Title 37; Title 39 and Title 68, relative to prohibited medical procedures.

As introduced, creates a civil cause of action against any person who knowingly removes a minor from this state without the consent of a parent of the minor for the purpose of assisting the minor in obtaining a healthcare procedure that is for the purpose of enabling the minor to identify with, or live as, a purported identity inconsistent with the minor's sex or treating purported discomfort or distress from a discordance between the minor's sex and asserted identity. - Amends TCA Title 29; Title 36; Title 37; Title 39 and Title 68.

A person shall not knowingly remove a minor from this state without the consent of a parent of the minor if the purpose of the removal is to assist the minor in obtaining a medical procedure that, if performed by a healthcare provider within this state, would be a violation of this section.

TN SB2861

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 39; Title 40 and Title 41, relative to the department of correction.

As enacted, generally prohibits the department from using state funds to administer hormone replacement therapy to state inmates incarcerated in a state penitentiary or a county jail or workhouse, or for sex reassignment surgery for state inmates incarcerated in a state penitentiary or a county jail or workhouse. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 41.

The department of correction shall not use state funds: (i) To administer hormone replacement therapy to state inmates incarcerated in a state penitentiary or a county jail or workhouse. [...] (ii) For sex reassignment surgery for state inmates incarcerated in a state penitentiary or a county jail or workhouse.

UT HB0172

SPORTS
PASSED

Student Athlete Participation Amendments

If H.B. 172, Student Athlete Participation Amendments, and H.B. 257, Sex-Based Designations for Privacy, Anti-bullying, and Women's Opportunities, both pass and become law, the Legislature intends that, on the effective date of H.B. 172: (1) the following language be inserted as new Subsection (4) in Section 63G-31-201, enacted in H.B. 257: "(4) Notwithstanding Subsections (1) through (3), this chapter does not apply to: (a) the School Activity Eligibility Commission created in Section 53G-6-1003; or (b) in the context of a student who has obtained the eligibility approval of the commission under Subsection 53G-6-1004(2) to participate in a gender-designated interscholastic activity that does not correspond with the sex designation on the student's birth certificate, as those terms are defined in Section 53G-6-1001."

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

UT HB0261

EDUCATION
PASSED

Equal Opportunity Initiatives

An institution may not [...] engage in prohibited discriminatory practices; [...] "Prohibited discriminatory practice" also means engaging in or maintaining a policy, procedure, practice, program, office, initiative, or required training that [...] is referred to or named diversity, equity, and inclusion [...] establish or maintain an office, division, employment position, or other unit of an institution established to implement, develop, plan, or promote campus policies, procedures, practices, programs, or initiatives, regarding prohibited discriminatory practices [or] employ or assign an employee or a third-party whose duties for an institution include coordinating, creating, developing, designing, implementing, organizing, planning, or promoting policies, programming, training, practices, activities, and procedures relating to prohibited discriminatory practices.

UT HB0316

INCARCERATION
PASSED

Inmate Assignment Amendments

The department may not: (a) assign an inmate whose biological sex at birth is male to a living area where an inmate whose biological sex at birth is female is assigned; or (b) assign an inmate whose biological sex at birth is female to a living area where an inmate whose biological sex at birth is male is assigned.

WY SF0009

EDUCATION
PASSED

Parental rights in education-1.

AN ACT relating to education; specifying procedures and requirements for school districts to provide parents and guardians notice of information regarding students and the rights of parents and guardians to make decisions regarding their children; specifying that school districts cannot prohibit parental or guardian notifications and involvement in critical decisions involving students; specifying procedures for resolving parent or guardian concerns and complaints; specifying duties for school districts; requiring adoption of necessary policies, rules and procedures; and providing for effective dates.

Each school district shall [...] obtain written or electronic permission from each student's parent or legal guardian not less than one (1) day prior to the student participating or receiving instruction in any trainings, courses or classes that address sexual orientation or gender identity.

WY SF0099

HEALTHCARE
PASSED

Children gender change prohibition.

AN ACT relating to public health and safety; prohibiting physicians from performing procedures for children related to gender transitioning and gender reassignment; providing an exception; providing that gender transitioning and reassignment procedures are grounds for suspension or revocation of a physician's or health care provider's license; providing definitions; specifying applicability; requiring rulemaking; and providing for effective dates.

No physician or health care provider shall: [...] Provide, administer, prescribe or dispense [...] prescription drugs that induce [...] puberty suppression or blocking prescription drugs to stop or delay normal puberty; [...] Supraphysiologic doses of testosterone to females [...] Supraphysiologic doses of estrogen to males.

Vetoed bills

AZ SB1182

BATHROOM
VETOED

Public schools; showers; reasonable accommodations

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.

AZ SB1628

CIVIL RIGHTS
VETOED

Sex-based terms; laws; rules; regulations

The following terms have the following meanings as used in statutes, administrative rules, regulations and public policies adopted by this state or by a political subdivision of this state: 1. "Boy" means a human male who has not yet reached adulthood. [...] 3. "Father" means a male parent of a child or children as defined by law. 4. "Female", when used in reference to a natural person, means an individual who has, had, will have or would have, but for a developmental anomaly or accident, the reproductive system that at some point produces ova. 5. "Girl" means a human female who has not yet reached adulthood. 6. "Male", when used in reference to a natural person, means an individual who has, had, will have or would have, but for a developmental anomaly or accident, the reproductive system that at some point produces sperm for fertilization of female ova. 7. "Man" means an adult human of the male sex. 8. "Mother" means a female parent of a child or children as defined by law. 9. "Sex": (a) means a person's biological sex, either male or female, at birth. (b) includes only two sexes and every individual is either a male or female. An individual with a difference in sex development does not establish a third sex.

KS SB233

HEALTHCARE
VETOED

House Substitute for SB 233 by Committee on Health and Human Services - Enacting the forbidding abuse child transitions act, restricting use of state funds to promote gender transitioning, prohibiting healthcare providers from treating children whose gender identity is inconsistent with the child's sex, authorizing a civil cause of action against healthcare providers for providing such treatments, requiring professional discipline against a healthcare provider who performs such treatment, prohibiting professional liability insurance from covering damages for healthcare providers that provide gender transition treatment to children and adding violation of the act to the definition of unprofessional conduct for physicians and nurses.

OK SB1196

BIRTH CERTIFICATES
VETOED

Officers; dual office holding; adding exemptions. Emergency.

Beginning on the effective date of this act, the biological sex designation on a certificate of birth issued under this section shall be either male or female and shall not be nonbinary or any symbol representing a nonbinary designation including but not limited to the letter “X”.

WI AB1065

EDUCATION
VETOED

Prohibiting University of Wisconsin System institutions and technical colleges from using loyalty pledges and requiring them to make certain information publicly available.

An Act to create 36.13, 38.235 and 801.50 (5d) of the statutes; Relating to: prohibiting University of Wisconsin System institutions and technical colleges from using loyalty pledges and requiring them to make certain information publicly available.

Neither an institution nor an institutional review board associated with an institution may do any of the following: Condition admission of or financial aid to an applicant [or] condition the recognition or funding of any student organization [or] condition the hiring, reappointment, annual review, performance review, or promotion of a faculty member or prospective faculty member, or the research approval for a researcher on the organization or a student pledging allegiance to or making a statement of personal support for or opposition to any political ideology or movement, including a pledge or statement regarding diversity, equity, inclusion, or related topics [or] request or require a pledge or statement described [...] from an applicant for admission, a student or student organization, or a faculty member or prospective faculty member.

WI AB377

SPORTS
VETOED

Designating athletic sports and teams operated or sponsored by public schools or private schools participating in a parental choice program based on the sex of the participants.

An Act to amend 118.13 (1); and to create 118.132 of the statutes; Relating to: designating athletic sports and teams operated or sponsored by public schools or private schools participating in a parental choice program based on the sex of the participants.

The three designations are 1) males, 2) females, and 3) males and females. The bill defines “sex” as the sex determined at birth by a physician and reflected on the birth certificate. The bill also requires an educational institution to prohibit a male pupil from participating on an athletic team or in an athletic sport designated for females. Finally, the bill requires the educational institution to notify pupils and parents if an educational institution intends to change a designation for an athletic team or sport.

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.

WI AB510

EDUCATION
VETOED

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.