Four Massachusetts churches are suing the state over a new law that went into effect this month, permitting trans people to go to the bathroom and use locker room and changing room facilities in accordance with their gender identities. While the law only applies to places of public accommodation, churches may fall under that description if they host a public event or rent out their buildings to a secular group.
A bill on the verge of becoming law in South Dakota would ban transgender students from using bathrooms and locker rooms that aligns with their gender identity.
The legislation would ban students in public schools and colleges from using the bathroom or locker room that matches their gender identity.
Last August, California Governor Jerry Brown (right) signed AB 1266 into law, effectively protecting the rights of transgender students across the state to utilize whichever locker room and bathroom facilities match their gender ide...