March 13, 2015 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Lawmakers in Texas, Kentucky, and Minnesota have introduced bills that would require public schools to protect students from local transgender bathroom laws. The “Kentucky Student Privacy Act,” introduced by State Senator C.B. Embry Jr., R-Morgantown, requires all people to use bathrooms designated for the biological sex of their birth. Additionally, students who “encounter a person of the opposite biological sex in a bathroom or locker room” can sue schools for $2,500 “if staff have allowed it or failed to prohibit it,” reports The Courier-Journal. The bill, which has passed the state Senate, is similar […]
“[R]egulations regarding transgender [soldiers]…should not be disregarded or circumvented as a political payoff to the President's LGBT constituency,” Elaine Donnelly, president of the Center for Military Readiness, told LifeSiteNews.