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Athena Roberts on AZ SB1432, which makes it illegal for transpeople to use the restroom in AZ, is up before the AZ House Committee on Appropriations Wednesday March 20th @ 2pm.
If you can’t make it, please call and/or write these committee members today:
Chairman: John Kavanagh (R) firstname.lastname@example.org 602-926-5170
Vice-Chair: Justin Olson (R) email@example.com 602-926-5288
Lela Alston (D) firstname.lastname@example.org 602-926-5829
Rick Gray (R) email@example.com 602-926-5993
Michelle Ugenti (R) firstname.lastname@example.org 602-926-4480
Paul Boyer (R) email@example.com 602-926-4173
Adam Kwasman (R) firstname.lastname@example.org 602-926-5839
Chad Campbell (D) email@example.com 602-926-3026
Stefanie Mach (D) firstname.lastname@example.org 602-926-3398
Thomas Foreset (R) email@example.com 602-926-5168
Andrew Sherwood (D) firstname.lastname@example.org 602-926-3028
It will effectively require all Arizonans to carry a birth certificate if they want to use a public restroom, making it unenforceable.
It will realistically only be used against transgender people, which is selective enforcement against a harmless, struggling community.
It solves no problem. There are no documented incidents of anyone being harmed in this state from a transgender person using a public restroom.
It is a mean-spirited attack on transgender people brought on by CAP as revenge after having lost the Phoenix LTBT-antidiscrimination ordinances fight.
It is unconstitutional per the Romer v. Evans decision to write a law that specifically attacks a minority. This law will be overturned eventually.