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Nevada Bill Regarding School Restroom Facilities (AB 375)

This law was last updated on Dec 6, 2016




AB 375


Failed to Pass


Mar 17, 2015


Primary Sponsors: 2
Total Sponsors: 2


Anti-Transgender, LGBTQ, Religious Freedom

Full Bill Text

AB 375 would require public school facilities (restrooms, locker rooms or showers) which are designated for use by persons of one biological sex to only be used by persons of that biological sex, as determined at birth.

The bill also requires public schools to provide separate, private areas designated for use by pupils based on their biological sex for any school facility where pupils may be in a state of undress in the presence of other pupils.

The bill defines biological sex to mean “the biological condition of being male or female as determined at birth based on physical differences or, if necessary, at the chromosomal level.

For any pupil who asserts at school a gender that is different than the pupil’s biological sex, a public school would need to provide the best available alternative accommodation that meets the needs of the pupil.