(Worthy News) – The Louisiana state House on Wednesday approved a ban on gender-related treatments for minors by a veto-proof margin.
The state Senate approved the measure on Monday, setting up a standoff with Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards, who has previously voiced opposition to the plan.
Republicans enjoy supermajorities in both chambers and the measure passed with sufficient support in both chambers to overcome a prospective gubernatorial veto, though Edwards has not yet indicated whether he would object to the ban becoming law, according to the New York Times. [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]
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