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And What's False?
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MSHSL'S TRANSGENDER POLICY
What can I do about it?
With great sadness we report that on 3/17/15, St. Paul Public Schools unanimously passed their "transgender policy.” Click to read more about it and find out why this impacts you and your family, even if your children don't attend St. Paul Schools!
Today, legislators responded to those they represent. The Student Safety and Physical Privacy Act will ensure that students will always have their privacy rights protected when they are in intimate settings away from home, under the supervision of school officials. The Student Safety and Physical Privacy Act will require that schools maintain facilities (bathrooms, locker rooms, etc.) separated based on biological sex, while ensuring that schools can continue to meet individual student needs for students who are uncomfortable using the facility that corresponds with their birth sex by providing access to a private, faculty, or other facility.
Last week was a busy week at the Capitol...but with good news!
Profile bills being heard!
A bill to require the Legislature to thoroughly study commercial surrogacy for the first time!
And parents like you around the state asking lawmakers to protect their children's privacy and safety in the wake of "transgender policies."
Check it out!