The Republican Governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, has called a special session of the state legislature beginning July 18, and the anti-transgender “bathroom bill” will be on the agenda.
Via the Texas Tribune:
Abbott laid out 19 items that he will then ask legislators to take up. Among those 19 items: a so-called “bathroom bill” that would regulate which restrooms transgender Texans can use.
“We need a law that protects the privacy of our children in public schools,” Abbott said, reiterating his support for a proposal that did not make it to his desk during the regular session, House Bill 2899.
Governor Abbott Says Bathroom Bill Will Be Topic Of Special Session: https://t.co/N1WSqXFQYU pic.twitter.com/SRtxhVpCvQ
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