A pro-family leader in Wisconsin remains hopeful lawmakers in Madison will approve a measure she says could prevent exploitation of children in public schools.
The issue of allowing transgender students in public schools to use bathrooms and locker rooms of the biologically opposite sex has roiled communities across Wisconsin. Now – if a proposed bill is passed – Wisconsin would be the first state to prohibit those students from being able to use facilities reserved for the opposite sex.
Julaine Appling, president of the Wisconsin Family Council, says her organization has been hearing from many concerned individuals over the last year and a half.
“… Our offices have entertained phone calls from parents, grandparents, and other concerned citizens from school districts all over the state [who are] alarmed at policies that the local school districts have been considering and, most of the time, implementing,” she tells OneNewsNow.
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