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IN HB1041

Passed

Participation in school sports.

Participation in school sports. Requires, for purposes of interscholastic athletic events, school corporations, public schools, nonpublic schools, and certain athletic associations to expressly designate an athletic team or sport as one of the following: (1) A male, men's, or boys' team or sport. (2) A female, women's, or girls' team or sport. (3) A coeducational or mixed team or sport. Prohibits a male, based on the student's biological sex at birth in accordance with the student's genetics and reproductive biology, from participating on an athletic team or sport designated as being a female, women's, or girls' athletic team or sport. Requires school corporations, public schools, certain nonpublic schools, and certain athletic associations to: (1) establish and maintain grievance procedures; or (2) maintain grievance or protest procedures established before July 1, 2022; for a violation of these provisions. Establishes a civil action for a violation of these provisions. Provides that school corporations, public schools, certain nonpublic schools, and certain athletic associations are not subject to liability in a civil, administrative, disciplinary, or criminal action for acting in compliance with these provisions.

Legislative Session

inactive

2022 Regular Session

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Sponsors

Michelle Davis (R)

Chris Jeter (R)

Joanna King (R)

Robert Heaton (R)

Stacey Donato (R)

Jean Leising (R)

Jack Sandlin (R)

Dennis Kruse (R)

Gary Byrne (R)

Blake Doriot (R)

Michael Young (R)

History

DateAction
2022-05-24Veto overridden by the Senate; Roll Call 382: yeas 32, nays 15
2022-05-24Veto overridden by the House; Roll Call 402: yeas 67, nays 28
2022-03-21Vetoed by the Governor
2022-03-15Signed by the President of the Senate
2022-03-07Signed by the President Pro Tempore
2022-03-04Signed by the Speaker
2022-03-02Returned to the House without amendments
2022-03-01Third reading: passed; Roll Call 278: yeas 32, nays 18
2022-02-28Senator Young M added as cosponsor
2022-02-24Senator Doriot added as cosponsor
2022-02-22Amendment #2 (Ford J.D.) failed; Roll Call 225: yeas 16, nays 33
2022-02-22Amendment #1 (Ford J.D.) failed; Roll Call 224: yeas 11, nays 37
2022-02-22Amendment #3 (Ford J.D.) failed; Roll Call 223: yeas 13, nays 35
2022-02-22Second reading: ordered engrossed
2022-02-21Senator Byrne added as cosponsor
2022-02-17Committee report: do pass, adopted
2022-02-14Senator Kruse added as cosponsor
2022-02-14Senator Sandlin added as third sponsor
2022-02-14Senator Leising added as second sponsor
2022-02-07First reading: referred to Committee on Education and Career Development
2022-01-28Referred to the Senate
2022-01-27Senate sponsor: Senator Donato
2022-01-27Third reading: passed; Roll Call 135: yeas 66, nays 30
2022-01-26Amendment #3 (DeLaney) motion withdrawn
2022-01-26Amendment #1 (Davis) prevailed; voice vote
2022-01-26Second reading: amended, ordered engrossed
2022-01-24Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
2022-01-04First reading: referred to Committee on Education
2022-01-04Coauthored by Representatives Jeter, King, Heaton
2022-01-04Authored by Representative Davis