Mississippi’s Republican Governor Tate Reeves signed a bill earlier this month that prohibits trans girls from participating in girls’ sports. Similar bills were signed in Tennessee and Arkansas. Also in Arkansas, state lawmakers sent a bill to the governor earlier this week that would ban doctors from providing health care like puberty blockers and hormone therapies to transgender youth. It’s all part of a push in more than 50 states that restrict access to health care for transgender youth.
Health care access for transgender youth get restricted in some states
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Health care access for transgender youth: Dozens of states propose or enact legislation to make it tougher
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