Below is a list of U.S. states that are in the process of preserving female sports

Alabama

Status:

1/14/20 - First Reading

1/9/20 - pre-Filed 

Georgia

747 - Student Athlete Protection Act

Status:

Pre-Filed 12/19/2019

Idaho

*TBD

Currently being authored by Rep. Barbara Ehardt a former Division 1 college basketball coach and player.


https://www.idahostatesman.com/opinion/from-the-opinion-editor/article239121313.

Status:

1/12/2020 - Being Authored

Missouri

SJR50

Senator Cindy O’Laughlin

SJR 50 - Requires students participating in any single-gender event or activity organized by a statewide activity association to participate in the event corresponding to the student's biological sex  


" O’Laughlin resolution mandates students participate in events, sports corresponding with ‘biological sex’"


Status:

Read on 1/8/2020

New Hampshire

SB480 - Relative to participation in school sports programs for female student-athletes.

Status:

Introduced 1/8/2020

HB 1251

 HB 1251, introduced to limit participation in women’s sports to biological females (sports equity) will have its only public hearing next week before a full House vote. 


Contact members of the House Education Committee and ask them to recommend “ought to pass” on HB 1251.  


 

"Act Now to Save Women’s Sports in New Hampshire!!"

Status:

HEARING  Tuesday, January 14, 10:00 a.m., House Education Committee, room 207 of Legislative Office Building (behind State House in Concord)  

Tennessee

1572 - Girls Athletic Protection Act

 Rep. Bruce Griffey introduced House Bill 1572, known as the Girls Athletic Protection Act. He says it’s designed to ensure fairness in sports competitions throughout the state.  


 "Bill Would Require Student Athletes To Compete In Sports Based On Gender At Birth"

Status:

Filed 12/9/2019

Washington

2021 - Ensuring equitable competition between students who participate in school athletic activities

Introduced by 8th District Representative Brad Klippert. House Bill 2201 would prohibit students assigned the male gender at birth from competing “with and against female students in athletic activities.” 



"Proposed bill would restrict some sports based on assigned birth gender"

Status:

First Reading - 1/13/2020

(Not Officially read and referred until adoption of Introduction report)


Prefiled - 12/4/2019

West Virginia

SB296

Introduced by Senator Sue Cline 

  • restricts participation to sex as indicated on the athlete’s original birth certificate issued at the time of birth."  

Status:

1/10/19 - Introduced

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Updated 1/16/2020