Fourteen state legislatures have passed new laws banning transsexual drugs and medical procedures for minors. Ten of those states have enacted the new laws. Four more states, Indiana, West Virginia, Montana, and Idaho, are waiting on the Governor’s signature.
Idaho H 71
Passed by the House on February 14th, 58 to 12. A modified version passed the Senate on March 27th, 22 to 12. On March 28th, the House passed the new version 56 to 13.
The bill was sent to the Governor.
Montana SB 99
Passed by the Senate on February 8th, 30 to 20. The House passed a modified version on March 24th, 65 to 34. The Senate passed the new revised version 32 to 17 on March 29th.
The bill was sent to the Governor today.
Indiana S 480
Passed by the Senate on February 28th, 36 to 12. Passed by the House on March 27th, 65 to 30. Signed by the Speaker and sent to the Governor on March 29th.
Louisiana HB 570
Filed on March 3rd. Assigned to the House Committee on Health and Welfare on March 14th.
Florida HB 1421
On March 22nd, the House Healthcare Regulation Subcommittee passed the bill 12 to 5. On March 27th, the House Health & Human Services Committee passed the bill 15 to 6.
South Carolina S 627
Assigned to the Senate Committee on Medical Affairs on March 14th.
Nebraska LB 574
Introduced on January 17th, 2023. This bill was debated in the Senate for three days, March 22nd through March 24th. A group of pro-transsexual Senators spent eight hours attempting to filibuster it. However, a motion for cloture was eventually held and passed 30-17. The bill is now eligible to be voted on by the full Senate.
Missouri SB 49
This bill passed the Missouri Senate by a vote of 24 to 8 on March 23rd.
Oklahoma HB 2177
Past by the House on February 28th with a vote of 80 to 18. The bill was assigned to the Senate Rules Committee on March 23rd.
Texas SB 14
Introduced on March 8th and debated on March 29th. The bill is now eligible to be voted on by the full Senate.
This bill is less strict than most as it exempts current patients.
North Dakota HB1254
Passed by the House on February 17th, 66 to 25. The Senate Committee of Human Services held hearings for the bill on March 28th and March 29th.
Kansas SB 233
Passed by the Senate on February 23rd, 23 to 11. Assigned to the House Committee on Health and Human Services on March 3rd.
Kansas HB 2263 (Revised)
This is a bi-partisan vaccine bill passed by the House. The Senate added a new part to it banning transsexual drugs and procedures on minors. The Senate then passed this revised version on March 28th, 26 to 10, and sent it back to the House.
Ohio HB 68
Assigned to the Committee on Public Health Policy on February 28th.
Wyoming SF 111
The Wyoming Senate passed this bill by a vote of 22 to 9 on February 2nd. However, the House did not assign it, and the deadline has now passed. The bill will have to wait until next year before it can be heard by the House.
Wyoming SF 144
The Wyoming Senate passed this bill by a vote of 26 to 5 on February 8th. It was killed by the House Appropriations Committee on February 22nd by a vote of 5 to 2.