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Alaska is ahead of the game and doing what every single state should be doing!

A bill was proposed in Alaska that would require schools to specifically designate sports for males, females, and co-d. No more nonsense of biological males competing in females sports.

The bill from Senate Majority Leader Shelley Hughes is the latest of its kind around the country that would bar transgender girls and women from girls and women's sports. Hughes, a Palmer Republican, in a statement Thursday said the bill is "the culmination of several months work" but indicated it would not be pushed during the final days of this session, scheduled to end next week.

"Currently, the Legislature is focusing efforts on pressing and time sensitive matters. That, and the fact that many committees have already begun ending their work this legislative session, means that my staff and I will be working over the interim on our plan to start the bill hearing process during the next legislative session," said Hughes.

Laura Carpenter, executive director of Identity, an Anchorage-based advocacy group for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community, said the bill is discriminatory and "horrific."

"This is not about fairness in women’s sports," Carpenter said. "This is an anti-transgender bill that does not value trans lives."

The president of the conservative Alaska Family Council, Jim Minnery, urged support for the bill, calling it a way to ensure that "basic fairness and opportunities for women aren’t sidelined by the demands of radical gender ideologues."

Hughes spoke about the issue on the Senate floor last month, when she proposed, but withdrew, an amendment to a pandemic emergency bill that dealt with transgender athletes.

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