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Kansas, West Virginia advance women’s sports bills barring transgender athletes

Kansas state Sen. Renee Erickson, R-Wichita, answers a question as a Senate committee debates her proposal to bar transgender students from girls' and women's school sports, Tuesday, March 16, 2021, at the Statehouse in Topeka, Kan. Erickson is a former college basketball player and says her bill will promote fair competition. (AP Photo/John Hanna)

By Valerie Richardson

The Washington Times

State bills barring transgender athletes from girls’ and women’s sports gained steam Friday as the Kansas state legislature became the latest to approve such a measure, a day after West Virginia advanced similar legislation.

The Kansas Fairness in Women’s Sports Act now goes to Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly after the state Senate approved it Friday by a 26-11 vote, less than a day after the House passed the measure by 76-43.

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