Texas 'bathroom bill' ends up in private legislative session
(MENAFN) Texas measures criticized as being preferential for limiting transgender people's access to bathrooms in schools and public buildings died on Tuesday, as the House unwrap and ended its special legislative session.
JoDee Winterhof, an official of the Human Rights Campaign that lobbied against the bills said, "Finally, Texans can breathe a temporary sigh of relief."
Winterhof, the campaign's senior vice president for policy and political affairs, said in a statement, "Texans don"t want harmful, anti-transgender legislation."
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