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Protect LGBTQ Youth from Anti-LGBTQ Legislation

Immediate Action Items

Alabama

HB 1/ SB 10 – Makes it a felony to provide gender-affirming care for trans youth

HB391 – Bans trans women and girls from sports.

Tennessee

Join GLSEN TN for a phone bank on Monday, April 12th at 6:30 CST. 

  • They will be calling legislators to discourage them from supporting the anti-LGBTQ bills, leaving messages of support for those who are publicly standing against them, and inviting friends and allies to join us in the fight to put a stop to the attacks on the LGBTQI community in Tennessee. 

Learn About Anti-LGBTQ Legislation

Over 29 states have introduced legislation targeting LGBTQ youth, particularly trans youth, from the bill in Alabama aiming to make gender-affirming care for trans youth a felony to bills from Connecticut to Montana banning trans people from sports. Join us and take action now to protect LGBTQ youth by looking up your state’s legislation, finding your state legislators, and contacting them. If your state does not currently have anti-LGBTQ legislation, sign up to volunteer for a phone bank.

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Prohibiting healthcare for transgender youth

State 

Bill Number

Status

AL

SB 10

HB 1

Passed Senate 3/2/21; Read for the second time and placed on the calendar with 3 amendments 3/16/21  

Read for the second time and placed on calendar with 1 amendment 2/24/21

AR

SB 347

HB 1570 

Read for the second time and referred to committee 2/22/21

Signed into law 4/13/21

AZ SB 1511 Assigned to committee and read the second time 2/2/21

FL

HB 935

Read for the first time 3/2/21 

GA HB 401 Read for the second time 2/16/21
IA HF 193 Introduced and referred to committee 1/22/21

IN

SB 224

Died in committee 2/23/21
KS HB 2210 Introduced and referred to committee 2/3/21

KY

HB 336

HB 477

Died 4/2/21 

Died 4/2/21

LA

HB 575

SB 104

Referred to committee 4/12/21

Read for the second time and referred to commitee 412/21

MS

SB 2171

Died in committee 2/2/21

MO

HB 33

Hearing completed 3/10/21  

MT

HB 113

Failed to pass committee on 1/26; Motion to reconsider failed 1/27
NC SB 514 Read for the first time and referred to committee 4/6/21
OK

SB 583

SB 676

Read for the second time and referred to committee 2/2/21

Read for the second time and referred to committee 2/2/21

SC

HB 3477

HB 4047

Read for the first time and referred to committee 1/12/21

Referred to committee 3/9/21

TN

SB 657

HB 578

Referred to committee 2/11/21

Deferred to 2022

TX

HB 68

HB1339

SB 16446

Read for the first time and referred to committee 2/25/21

 Passed House commitee 4/14/21

Committee hearing 4/12/21

UT

HB 92

Died 3/5/21

WV

HB 2171 Referred to committee 2/10/21

Single-Sex Facility Restrictions

State 

Bill Number 

Status

AR

HB 1882

HB 1905

Read for the second time and referred to committee 4/6/21

Read for the second time and referred to committee 4/12/21

TN

HB 1223

SB 1367

HB 1182

SB 1224

Passed House 4/19/21

Placed on Senate calendar 4/19/21

Passed House 3/29/21

On committee calendar 4/20/21

Excluding transgender youth from athletics

State 

Bill Number

Status

AL

HB 391 Enrolled in House and Senate and forwarded to Executive Department 4/15/21 
AR

SJR 16

SB 354

SB 450

Read for the second time and referred to committee 2/10/21

Passed in the Senate 3/10/21; Passed in the House 3/22/21; Signed 3/29/21

Passed in the Senate 4/5/21; Read for the second time and referred to committee in the House 4/5/21

AZ

SJR 16

SB 354

Read for the second time with amendment and re-referred to committee 2/23/21

Read for the second time and referred to committee 2/23/21

CT

SB 324

HB 6128

Referred to committee 1/25/21

Referred to committee 1/29/21

FL

HB 935

HB 1475

SB 2012

Read for the first time 3/2/21

Read for the third time and passed in House 4/14/21;
Sent to Senate 4/15/21

On committee agenda 4/15/21

GA

HB 276

HB 372

SB 266

Read for the second time 2/8/21

Read for the second time 2/11/21

Read for the second time 3/5/21

HI HB 1304 Referred to committee 2/1/21 
IA HF 184 Introduced and referred to committee 1/22/21

KS

SB 208 Passed as amended in Senate 3/17/21; Introduced and referred to committee in House 3/19/21 
LA

HB 542

SB 156

Referred to commitee 4/12/21

Read for the second time and referred to committee4/12/21

KY

SB 106

HB 471

Died 4/2/21

Died 4/2/21

ME HP 682 Referred to House and Senate committees 3/10/21

MI

SB 218 Referred to committee 3/10/21

MN

HF 350

HF 352

HF 1657

Referred to committee 1/28/21

Referred to committee 1/28/21

Referred to committee 2/25/21

MO

HB 1077

HJR 56

SB 503

Referred to committee 2/18/21 

Referred to committee 2/18/21 

Read for the second time and referred to committee 3/4/21 

MS SB 2536 Passed Senate as amended 2/11/21; Passed House 3/3/21;
Approved by Governor 3/11/21  

MT

HB 112

Scheduled for second reading in House 4/12/21;
Hearing in Senate 4/19/21

NH

HB 198

Committee hearing scheduled 3/9/21

NJ

S 3540 Introduced and referred to committee 3/11/21

NM

HB 304 Referred to committee 2/18/21

ND

HB 1298

Read for the second time and passed in House 4/14/21;
Read for the second time and pass as amended in Senate 4/15/21

OH

HB 61

SB 132 

Referred to committee 2/4/21 

Referred to committee 3/17/21

OK

SB 331

SB 2

Read for the second time and referred to committee 2/2/21

Passed in Senate 3/1/21; 
Passed in House committee with amendment 4/8/21

PA HB 972 Referred to committee 4/5/21

SC

SB 531 Referred to committee 2/9/21

SD

HB 1217 Passed as amended in House 2/22/21; Passed Senate 3/8/21;
Vetoed for style and form 3/29/21; 
Veto override failed  3/29/21

TN

HB 3

SB 228

Signed by Governor 3/26/21

Signed by Governor 3/26/21

TX

SB 29

SB 373

HB 1458

HB 3455

HB 4042

HB 4043 

Passed in Senate 4/15/21; Received in House 4/15/21 

Read for the first time and referred to committee 3/9/21

Read for the first time and referred to committee 3/5/21

Read for the first time and referred to committee 3/22/21

Scheduled for public hearing 4/20/21

Read for the first time and referred to committee 3/29/21

UT

HB 302 Died 3/5/21
WI

AB 195

AB 196

Introduced, read for the first time, and referred to commitee 3/25/21

Introduced, read for the first time, and referred to committee 3/25/21

WV

HB 2141

HB 2676

HB 2734

HB 3292

SB 341

Referred to committee 2/10/21

Referred to committee 2/23/21

Referred to committee 2/24/21

Passed both chambers 4/10/21

Referred to committee 2/18/21

Restrictions on Identification Documents

State 

Bill Number

Status

MT

LC 2997 /SB 280 

Sent to Senate 4/13/21;
Read for the third time and passed in House 4/12/21

SD

HB 1076

Died in committee 2/5/21

Other Anti-Trans bills

State Bill Number Status

AR

HB 1749 Read for the second time and referred to committee in House 3/16/21;
Read for the second time and referred to commitee in Senate 4/8/21
AZ HB 2710 Read for the second time 2/3/21
IA

SF 167

HF 272

HF 326

Subcommittee recommends passage 2/16/21

Introduced and referred to committee 1/27/21

Introduced and referred to committee 2/2/21

KY

HB 336 Died 4/2/21
ND HB 1476 Withdrawn from further consideration

Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRAs)

State 

Bill Number 

Status

AR

HJR 1024

SJR 14

Read the second time and referred to committee 2/10/21

Recommended to pass by committee 4/13/21

IA

HF 170

SF 436

Introduced 1/22/21

Subcommittee recommends passage 3/2/21

IN

HB 1503

Died in committee 2/23/21

MT

SB 215 Transmitted to Governor 4/13/21

NH

HB 440

Passed with amendment in House 4/9/21;
Introduced and referred to commitee in Senate 4/13/21

SD

SB 124 Signed by the Governor 3/10/21
WV HB 2545 Referred to committee 2/16/21
WY HB 264 Did not consider for introduction 3/8/21

Religious Exemptions in Healthcare Implicating LGBTQ People 

State 

Bill Number

Status

AR

SB 289

Passed in House with amendment 3/15/21; passed Senate as amended 3/18/21; Signed by Governor 3/29/21

KY

SB 83

Died 4/2/21
MT SB 245 Second reading indefinitely postponed 3/1/21 
NC SB 515 Referred to committee 4/6/21

NM

SB 323 Introduced and referred to committee 2/1/21

SC

HB 3518

Introduced, read for the first time, and referred to committee 1/12/21

SD

HB 1247 Committee vote failed 2/24/21

TX

HB 1424

SB 1674

Hearing 4/14/21

Read for the first time and referred to committee 3/24/21

Religious Exemptions in Adoption & Foster Care

State 

Bill Number 

Status

IA 

HF 170

Introduced 1/22/21

KY

HB 524 Died 4/2/21
SC H 3878 Introduced, read for the first time, and referred to committee 2/11/21
WV SB 13 Introduced and referred to committee 2/10/21

Other Religious Exemption Bills

State Bill Number Status
IA HF 170 Introduced and referred to committee 1/22/21
ND HB 1476 Withdrawn from further consideration 1/21/21 

 

Other Anti-LGBTQ Bills

State Bill Number Status

AR

SB 389 Read for the third time and passed in Senate 3/16/21; Passed in House 3/31/21; Delivered to Governor 4/1/21
IN SB 288 Read for the second time 2/22/21
IN SB 289 Read for the first time and referred to committee 1/11/21
MO HB 786 Referred to committee 3/4/21
OK SB 615 Read for the second time and referred to committee 2/2/21

TN

SB 1208

SB 1229

HB 529

Passed on second consideration and referred to committee 2/22/21

Passed in Senate and transmitted to House 4/5/21

Placed on calendar 4/8/21

WI

AB 14

SB 31

Referred to committee 3/16/21

Read the second time and referred to committee 3/16/21

 

Your state currently does not have any anti-LGBTQ legislation. However, you can still make calls to support LGBTQ youth from anywhere, on any day, and at almost any time that’s convenient for you through NEAT!

SB 10

HB 1

Passed Senate 3/2/21; Read for the second time and placed on the calendar with 3 amendments 3/16/21

Read for the second time and placed on calendar with 1 amendment 2/24/21

Prohibiting healthcare for transgender youth
HB 391 Enrolled in House and Senate and forwarded to Executive Department 4/15/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics

SB 347
HB 1570
Read for the second time and referred to committee 2/22/21
Signed into law 4/13/21
Prohibiting healthcare for transgender youth

HB 1882

HB 1905

Read for the second time and referred to committee 4/6/21
Read for the second time and referred to committee 4/12/21
Single-Sex Facility Restrictions
SJR 16
SB 354
SB 450
Read for the second time and referred to committee 2/10/21
Passed in the Senate 3/10/21; Passed in the House 3/22/21; Signed 3/29/21
Passed in the Senate 4/5/21; Read for the second time and referred to committee in the House 4/5/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics
HB 1749 Read for the second time and referred to committee in House 3/16/21;
Read for the second time and referred to commitee in Senate 4/8/21
Other Anti-Trans bills
HJR 1024
SJR 14
Read the second time and referred to committee 2/10/21
Recommended to pass by committee 4/13/21
Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRAs)
SB 289 Passed in House with amendment 3/15/21; passed Senate as amended 3/18/21; Signed by Governor 3/29/21
Religious Exemptions in Healthcare Implicating LGBTQ People


SJR 16
SB 354
Read for the second time with amendment and re-referred to committee 2/23/21
Read for the second time and referred to committee 2/23/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics
HB 2710 Read for the second time 2/3/21
Other Anti-Trans bills

 

Your state currently does not have any anti-LGBTQ legislation. However, you can still make calls to support LGBTQ youth from anywhere, on any day, and at almost any time that’s convenient for you through NEAT!

Your state currently does not have any anti-LGBTQ legislation. However, you can still make calls to support LGBTQ youth from anywhere, on any day, and at almost any time that’s convenient for you through NEAT!

SB 324
HB 6128
Referred to committee 1/25/21
Referred to committee 1/29/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics

Your state currently does not have any anti-LGBTQ legislation. However, you can still make calls to support LGBTQ youth from anywhere, on any day, and at almost any time that’s convenient for you through NEAT!

HB 935 Read for the first time 3/2/21
Prohibiting healthcare for transgender youth

HB 935

HB 1475

SB 2012

Read for the first time 3/2/21

Read for the third time and passed in House 4/14/21;
Sent to Senate 4/15/21

On committee agenda 4/15/21

Excluding transgender youth from athletics


HB 401 Read for the second time 2/16/21
Prohibiting heathcare for transgender youth

HB 276

HB 372

SB 266

Read for the second time 2/8/21
Read for the second time 2/11/21
Read for the second time 3/5/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics

 

HB 1304 Referred to committee 2/1/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletic 

HF 193 Introduced 1/22/21
Prohibiting heathcare for transgender youth
HF 184 Introduced and referred to committee 1/22/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics
SF 167
HF 272
HF 326
Introduced and referred to committee 1/26/21
Introduced and referred to committee 1/27/21
Introduced and referred to committee 2/2/21
Other Anti-Trans bills
HF 170
SF 436
Introduced 1/22/21
Subcommittee recommends passaged 3/2/21
Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRAs)
HF 170 Introduced 1/22/21
Religious Exemptions in Adoption & Foster Care
HF 170 Introduced and referred to committee 1/22/21
Other Religious Exemption Bills

SB 224 Read for the first time and referred to committee 1/7/21
Prohibiting heathcare for transgender youth
HB 1503 Read for the first time and referred to committee 1/14/21
Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRAs)
SB 288 Read for the first time and referred to committee 1/11/21
Other Anti-LGBTQ Bills
SB 289 Read for the first time and referred to committee 1/11/21
Other Anti-LGBTQ Bills

 

Your state currently does not have any anti-LGBTQ legislation. However, you can still make calls to support LGBTQ youth from anywhere, on any day, and at almost any time that’s convenient for you through NEAT!

SB 224 Read for the first time and referred to committee 1/7/21
Prohibiting heathcare for transgender youth
HB 1503 Read for the first time and referred to committee 1/14/21
Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRAs)
SB 288 Read for the second time 2/22/21
Other Anti-LGBTQ Bills
SB 289 Read for the first time and referred to committee 1/11/21
Other Anti-LGBTQ Bills

HB 2210 Introduced and referred to committee 2/3/21
Prohibiting heathcare for transgender youth
SB 208 Passed as amended in Senate 3/17/21; Introduced and referred to committee in House 3/19/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics


SB 106
HB 471
Died 4/2/21
Died 4/2/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics
HB 336
HB 477
Died 4/2/21
Died 4/2/21
Prohibiting healthcare for transgender youth
HB 336 Died 4/2/21 Other Anti-Trans Bills
SB 83 Died 4/2/21
Religious Exemptions in Healthcare Implicating LGBTQ People
HB 524 Died 4/2/21
Religious Exemptions in Adoption & Foster Care

 

HB 575

SB 104

Referred to committee 4/12/21

Read for the second time and referred to commitee 412/21

Prohibiting healthcare for transgender youth
HB 542
SB 156
Referred to commitee 4/12/21
Read for the second time and referred to committee4/12/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics

 

HD 3468 Introduced 2/20/21
Other Religious Exemption Bills

 

Your state currently does not have any anti-LGBTQ legislation. However, you can still make calls to support LGBTQ youth from anywhere, on any day, and at almost any time that’s convenient for you through NEAT!

HP 682 Referred to House and Senate committees 3/10/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics

 

 

SB 218 Referred to committee 3/10/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics

 

HF 350
HF 352
HF 1657
Referred to committee 1/28/21
Referred to committee 1/28/21
Referred to committee 2/25/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics

HB 33 Hearing completed 3/10/21
Prohibiting heathcare for transgender youth
HB 1077
HJR 56
SB 503
Referred to committee 2/18/21
Referred to committee 2/18/21
Read for the second time and referred to committee 3/4/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics
SB 332 Read for the second time and referred to committee 2/4/21
Religious Exemptions in Schools and Student Organizations
HB 786 Referred to committee 3/4/21
Other Anti-LGBTQ Bills

 

SB 2171 Died in committee 2/2/21
Prohibiting heathcare for transgender youth
SB 2536 Passed Senate as amended 2/11/21; Passed House 3/3/21; Approved by Governor 3/11/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics

HB 113 Failed to pass committee on 1/26; Motion to reconsider failed 1/27
Prohibiting healthcare for transgender youth
HB 112 Scheduled for second reading in House 4/12/21;
Hearing in Senate 4/19/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics
LC 2997/SB 280 Sent to Senate 4/13/21;
Read for the third time and passed in House 4/12/21
Restrictions on Identification Documents
SB 215 Transmitted to Governor 4/13/21
Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRAs)
SB 245 Second reading indefinitely postponed 3/1/21
Religious Exemptions in Healthcare Implicating LGBTQ People


SB 514 Read for the first time and referred to committee 4/6/21
Prohibiting healthcare for transgender youth
SB 515 Referred to committee 4/6/21
Religious Exemptions in Healthcare Implicating LGBTQ People

 

 

HB 1298 Read for the second time and passed in House 4/14/21;
Read for the second time and pass as amended in Senate 4/15/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics
HB 1476 Withdrawn from further consideration 1/21/21
Other Anti-Trans bills
HB 1476 Withdrawn from further consideration 1/21/21
Other Religious Exemption Bills


Your state currently does not have any anti-LGBTQ legislation. However, you can still make calls to support LGBTQ youth from anywhere, on any day, and at almost any time that’s convenient for you through NEAT!

HB 198 Committee hearing scheduled 3/9/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics
HB 440 Passed with amendment in House 4/9/21;
Introduced and referred to commitee in Senate 4/13/21
Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRAs)

S 3540 Introduced and referred to committee 3/11/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics

HB 304 Referred to committee 2/18/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics
SB 323 Introduced and referred to committee 2/1/21
Religious Exemptions in Healthcare Implicating LGBTQ People

 

Your state currently does not have any anti-LGBTQ legislation. However, you can still make calls to support LGBTQ youth from anywhere, on any day, and at almost any time that’s convenient for you through NEAT!

Your state currently does not have any anti-LGBTQ legislation. However, you can still make calls to support LGBTQ youth from anywhere, on any day, and at almost any time that’s convenient for you through NEAT!

HB 61
SB 132
Referred to committee 2/4/21
Referred to committee 3/17/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics

 

SB 583

SB 676

Read for the second time and referred to committee 2/2/21
Read for the second time and referred to committee 2/2/21
Prohibiting healthcare for transgender youth
SB 331
SB 2
Read for the second time and referred to committee 2/2/21
Passed in Senate 3/1/21;
Passed in House committee with amendment 4/8/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics

Your state currently does not have any anti-LGBTQ legislation. However, you can still make calls to support LGBTQ youth from anywhere, on any day, and at almost any time that’s convenient for you through NEAT!

HB 972 Referred to committee 4/5/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics

Your state currently does not have any anti-LGBTQ legislation. However, you can still make calls to support LGBTQ youth from anywhere, on any day, and at almost any time that’s convenient for you through NEAT!

HB 3477 Read for the first time and referred to committee 1/12/21
Prohibiting heathcare for transgender youth
SB 531 Referred to committee 2/9/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics
HB 3518 Introduced, read for the first time, and referred to committee 1/12/21
Religious Exemptions in Healthcare Implicating LGBTQ People
H 3878 Introduced, read for the first time, and referred to committee 2/11/21
Religious Exemptions in Adoption & Foster Care

HB 1217 Passed as amended in House 2/22/21; Passed Senate 3/8/21; Vetoed for style and form 3/29/21;
Veto override failed 3/29/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics
HB 1076 Died in committee 2/5/21
Restrictions on Identification Documents
SB 124 Signed by the Governor 3/10/21
Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRAs)
HB 1247 Committee vote failed 2/24/21
Religious Exemptions in Healthcare Implicating LGBTQ People


SB 657

HB 578

Referred to committee 2/11/21
Deferred to 2022
Prohibiting healthcare for transgender youth

HB 1223

SB 1367

HB 1182
SB 1224

Passed House 4/19/21
Placed on Senate calendar 4/19/21
Passed House 3/29/21
On committee calendar 4/20/21
Single-Sex Facility Restrictions
HB 3
SB 228
Signed by Governor 3/26/21
Signed by Governor 3/26/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics


HB 68

HB1339
SB 16446

Read for the first time and referred to committee 2/25/21
Passed House commitee 4/14/21

Committee hearing 4/12/21

Prohibiting healthcare for transgender youth

SB 29

SB 373
HB 1458
HB 3455
HB 4042
HB 4043

Passed in Senate 4/15/21; Received in House 4/15/21
Read for the first time and referred to committee 3/9/21
Read for the first time and referred to committee 3/5/21
Read for the first time and referred to committee 3/22/21
Scheduled for public hearing 4/20/21
Read for the first time and referred to committee 3/29/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics
HB 1424
SB 1674
Hearing 4/14/21
Read for the first time and referred to committee 3/24/21
Religious Exemptions in Healthcare Implicating LGBTQ People


HB 92 Referred to committee 2/19/21
Prohibiting heathcare for transgender youth
HB 302 Passed House 2/17/21; Referred to committee in Senate 3/3/21
Excluding transgender youth from athletics

Your state currently does not have any anti-LGBTQ legislation. However, you can still make calls to support LGBTQ youth from anywhere, on any day, and at almost any time that’s convenient for you through NEAT!

Your state currently does not have any anti-LGBTQ legislation. However, you can still make calls to support LGBTQ youth from anywhere, on any day, and at almost any time that’s convenient for you through NEAT!

Your state currently does not have any anti-LGBTQ legislation. However, you can still make calls to support LGBTQ youth from anywhere, on any day, and at almost any time that’s convenient for you through NEAT!

AB 14 SB 31 Referred to committee 3/4/21
Read the first time and referred to committee 1/28/21
Other Anti-LGBTQ Bills

 

HB 2171 Referred to committee 2/10/21
Prohibiting healthcare for transgender youth
HB 2141
HB 2676
HB 2734
HB 3292
SB 341

Referred to committee 2/10/21
Referred to committee 2/23/21
Referred to committee 2/24/21
Passed both chambers 4/10/21

Referred to committee 2/18/21

Excluding transgender youth from athletics
HB 2545 Referred to committee 2/16/21
Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRAs)
SB 13 Introduced and referred to committee 2/10/21
Religious Exemptions in Adoption & Foster Care

HB 264 Introduced 3/3/21
Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRAs)

 

Updated 4/09/21 Information courtesy of the ACLU

Take Action – Contact Your State Legislators

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Hi, my name is [NAME] and I’m a constituent from [CITY, ZIP].
I’m calling to urge [REP/SEN NAME] to vote NO on [BILL NUMBER]. Trans youth and the LGBTQ community face significant violence and discrimination in everyday interactions. Bills targeting trans youth must not pass. All youth deserve to receive the same protections and opportunities as their peers.
Thank you for your time and attention.

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Hi [REP/SEN NAME],

My name is [NAME] and I’m a constituent from [CITY, ZIP].
I’m writing to urge you to vote NO on [BILL NUMBER]. Trans youth and the LGBTQ community face significant violence and discrimination in everyday interactions. Bills targeting trans youth must not pass. All youth deserve to receive the same protections and opportunities as their peers.

Thank you for your time and attention.

[YOUR NAME]

Sample Form Message – Alabama

Hello Governor Ivey,

My name is [your name] and I urge you to veto HB1/SB10 and HB391.

HB1/SB10 puts trans youth at risk. Research clearly shows that gender-affirming healthcare saves lives. Criminalizing providing healthcare for trans youth is inhumane, dehumanizing, and will put trans youth at immense risk. This is clear discrimination against trans people, which is unconstitutional. Trans people deserve equal rights and autonomy in healthcare. Please VETO HB1/SB10 to protect all trans people in Alabama.

HB391 wrongly discriminates against transgender girls in sports. Trans girls deserve to play on girls’ teams, just like any other girls do. Trans girls do not threaten women’s sports. In fact, the exclusion of trans women threatens women’s sport because the exclusion of trans women demands rampant policing of women’s bodies. That is, HB391 threatens ALL girls, because any girl can be accused of being transgender. This not only demonizes and weaponizes transness but also legally enforces the policing of women’s bodies in sport. Please VETO HB391 to protect ALL athletes.

Thank you,

[Your name, your zip ONLY if you are from AL]

 

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