On Thursday, Republican legislators in Kansas passed one of the most sweeping and restrictive transgender bathroom bills, overriding Governor Laura Kelly’s (D-KS) veto of the bill. The Kansas House voted 84-40 to override Kelly’s veto and push through Senate Bill 180, which officially defines sex in state law to be an “individual’s biological sex, either male or female, at birth.” The Senate voted the day before to do the same by a vote of 28-12, per The Hill

The bill, which goes into effect on July 1st, goes further as to define women as people “whose biological reproductive system is developed to produce ova,” and a male as a person “whose biological reproductive system is developed to fertilize the ova of a female.” (Excerpt from DC Enquirer.)


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