Controversial transgender bill headed for vote in House, Senate

The Boston Globe reports that on Friday, the co-chairmen of the Joint Committee on the Judiciary, Senator William N. Brownsberger and Representative John V. Fernandes, told the Globe that committee members were being polled on two versions of the bill. Brownsberger, the Senate chairman, said he believes both versions of the bill “are intended to fully protect transgender people from discrimination.”

One reply on “Controversial transgender bill headed for vote in House, Senate”

  1. this is becoming ridiculous. We respect LGBT’s freedom of not having normal sexual orientation. They stay the way they want to be. But they should also respect our rights to stay in our norm.

    Mutual respect, right? They use their own LGBT designated bathroom. But don’t get into public bathroom designated for my wife and daughter.

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