GOP state lawmaker likely to re-introduce bill to force students to use bathrooms corresponding with gender

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Rep. Jesse Kremer (R - Kewaskum)

MADISON — Republican state Rep. Jesse Kremer says he likely will re-introduce a bill to force public school students to use bathrooms that correspond with their birth gender.

Kremer said Wednesday, February 22nd he’s likely to bring the bill back even though President Donald Trump intends to revoke federal guidelines that tell public schools to let transgender students use bathrooms and locker rooms matching their chosen gender identity.

Kremer says he may have to pass a state law because presidential administrations change and states need to provide “greater protection for our school districts.”

The bill died last session amid opposition from transgender students.

Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel says he was pleased with President Trump’s decision. Schimel joined a multi-state lawsuit against the directive from then-President Barack Obama’s administration.


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