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Type of bill: Restroom and school bill What it would have done: ​This bill would have required trans K-12 and college students to use restrooms school or college according to their original birth certificates Status: Failed Type of bill: ​Carve-out What it would have done: ​This bill would have required the terms "mother," "father," "wife," and "husband" to be interpreted according to "biological distinctions between men and women" when used in laws, which may affect transgender people's rights as parents or spouses Status: ​Type of bill: Restroom and school bill What it does: ​This bill would have required trans K-12 and college students to use restrooms school or college according to their original birth certificates Status: ​Failed Type of bill: Restroom, school, and preemption bill What it would have done: ​This bill would have prohibited trans students from using school restrooms consistent with their gender identity, and it would have prohibited local government from passing nondiscrimination ordinances related to restroom access Status: ​Failed Type of bill: Discrimination carve-out bill What it would have done: This bill would have created sweeping exemptions allowing people and businesses to discriminate against transgender people and same-sex couples based on their religious or moral beliefs Status: ​Failed Type of bill: Restroom and preemption bill What it would have done: This bill would have prohibited schools and local governments from adopting policies and regulations protecting people from discrimination in restrooms Status: Failed Gives child welfare service providers a license to discriminate against children under their care (like by subjecting transgender children to conversion therapy) and against current or potential parents (like by refusing to place a child with someone because they are transgender).