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TENNESSEE BATHROOM BILL CONCERNING SEXUAL ORIENTATION PULLED FOR A TIME

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The sponsor of a state bill that would require Tennessee students to use bathroom and locker rooms matching the sex on their birth certificate has pulled it from consideration. The bill, however, could be reintroduced later in the session. House sponsor, Rep. Mark Pody, pulled the bill which would have been discussed this week in a House Education Administration & Planning Subcommittee. A similar bill failed last year and faces an uphill battle in the state legislature with an estimated cost of $1 billion, based on the premise that federal funding could be pulled in retaliation.


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