The legislation is similar to a measure recently adopted in North Carolina, which prohibits local governments from passing ordinances extending nondiscrimination to sexual orientation and gender identity until December 2020.
As policy, the proposed regulations for transgender Texan’s restroom choices have some gaping holes in it. The politics, however, are easy to understand.
(ANALYSIS) --- The proposed bathroom bill percolating in the Texas Legislature doesn’t do what its supporters say it is supposed to do. Here’s the caption — the legal description at the top of Senate Bill 6: “relating to regulations and policies