Bathroom bill in texas was passed in spite of protests

HOUSTON, TX - MARCH 15: Texas Lt. Govenor Dan Patrick speaks at a watch party for Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on March 15, 2016 in Houston, Texas. Cruz is in a tight race with Donald Trump in the Missouri GOP primary, while Trump took Florida, North Carolina, and Illinois. Gov. John Kasich won his home state of Ohio. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)

The draft law, the purpose of which is to force people to use the public toilet facilities that only match the gender stated in their birth certificate regardless of their gender identity, became yesterday Morning after 13 hours of the debates. While the bill will now go to the full review of the Senate for a vote, it can face an opposition in the House, whose spokesman has previously claimed that they have no plans to promote the bill. Deputy Governor Dan Patrick will simply not finish with his generally unpopular anti-LGBT toilet bill draft, and has hired Christians and their pastors to push it in. The proposed bill draft, which was opposed by many in and outside of Texas, including businesses that say it would be catastrophic, would limit the rights of trans-people to use a gender-specific toilet.

Since the Texas Business Association (TAB) has published a study that estimates that the state will lose up to $ 8 billion of income because of the bill. Patrick has been staggering since then and said, “I hope that all media sources that have printed this fake TAB report will at least make a story in which the TAB report is not considered valid.” But the TAB has supported the study by publishing the statement: “We do not need any studies alone to prove the negative effects of this unnecessary legislation. The exact figures exist in real time and in a drastically quantifiable manner, today on Northkarolina and Indiana looks. ” It is added, “This is the tip of the iceberg for Texas, and we must avoid this collision course by rejecting discriminatory laws.


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