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House Bathroom Bill Roll Call Votes

Amendment 2 – An Amendment to Provide An Exception to Rest Room and Locker Room Facilities Used Primarily by Minors

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Amendment 4 – Exemption for multiple capacity showers and locker rooms

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Amendment 9 – Prevent level 2 or level 3 Sex Offenders from using any lawfully sex segregated facility, bathroom, or locker room that is not consistent with the individual’s assigned sex at birth.

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Amendment 12 – Sex Segregated Facilities Exemption

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Amendment 13 – Equal Application of Special Accommodations

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Amendment 14 – The office of the attorney general shall issue regulations or guidance for referring to the appropriate law enforcement agency or other authority for legal action any person who asserts gender identity for an improper purpose.

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Amendment 15 – Protection of Parental Rights to Protect Their Children

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Amendment 16 – School Exemption: This law will not apply to sex segregated facilities in schools.

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Amendment 17 – Setting a Medical Standard: Preventing abuse of the law by people claiming a gender-identity which is different from their assigned sex at birth, by providing evidence including, medical history, care or treatment of the gender-related identity; provided, however, that gender-related identity shall not be asserted for any improper purpose.

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Amendment 20 – Requires an amended birth certificate consistent with the person’s gender-related identity; a government issued license or identification card consistent with the person’s gender-related identity.

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Amendment 22 – Exempt law enforcement from criminal and civil liability: when responding to a report of criminal activity if the law enforcement officers believe gender-identity is being asserted for an improper purpose.

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Amendment 25 – Penalties for improperly asserting gender-identity to use public facilities.

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Amendment 26 – Allow Parents to Accompany Children: Allows parent or legal guardians to accompany their minor children of no more than twelve years of age into a public restroom designated to the gender of that child regardless of the parent or legal guardian’s own gender.

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Amendment 28 – Local Option in Schools: Allows a local school committee shall determine an option or multiple options that are best designed to ensure the safety and well-being of the children.

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Amendment 30 – Exemption for Bathrooms and Locker Rooms: A place with public accommodation may require an individual to use the lawfully sex segregated bathroom or locker room that is consistent with the individual’s physiology or assigned sex at birth.

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Amendment 31 – Increased Penalty for People using Law for Improper Purposes

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Amendment 34 – Exclusion for Private Institutions: private organizations not open to the general public such as, but not limited to, clubs, private schools, parochial schools, gyms and other entities which are not primarily open to the general public shall be excluded from the restroom or changing room provisions.

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Final Engrossment Vote

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