Arizona Senator Proposes A Bill To Restrict Transgender Children’s Participation In Sports

Syndication: The State Journal-Register
Avery Huddleston, 10, celebrates sending a shot over the wall, of a shortened field, during a home run derby while participating in the annual Bulldog Baseball Association Summer Camp at Robin Roberts Stadium in Springfield, Ill., Thursday, June 10, 2021. Not very easy, said Huddleston of hitting six home runs during the home run derby. Don t know how I managed it. The week long camp serves youth aged 7-13 to help them learn the fundamentals and mechanics about pitching, hitting, outfield play, infield drills and base running. [Justin L. Fowler/The State Journal-Register] Baseball Camp

Sen. Wendy Rogers, R-Flagstaff, proposed Senate Bill 1045 which specified that if Arizona medical professionals who perform gender-affirming surgery or provide hormonal treatment to transgender minors would face felony charges and prison time. Also the bill would restrict transgender children from participating in sports at public and private schools, community colleges and universities

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