S.D. considers legislating transgender access to restrooms

Aired: 2/29/2016 | 0:03:22 | Clip
South Dakota would become the first state to restrict transgender students’ access to restrooms if Gov. Dennis Daugaard signs a controversial bill passed by the state Congress. The bill would require transgender students in public schools use only restrooms that match their gender at birth; LGBT activists have called on Daugaard to veto the law. April Brown of the American Graduate team reports.

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