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These Elected Officials Oppose President Obama’s Decree on Public School Restrooms

We’ve compiled a list of elected officials who are standing against President Obama’s edict on bathrooms in public schools. You’ll find articles attached if you’re interested in reading more.

Alabama
Attorney General Opposes
Article

Arkansas
Governor Opposes
Article

Idaho
Governor, Lt. Gov., and Top Education Official Oppose
Article

Indiana
Governor Opposes
Article

Kentucky
Governor Opposes
Article

Mississippi
Governor Opposes
Article

Missouri
Lt. Gov. Opposes DOJ’s NC Lawsuit
Article

Oklahoma
Attorney General Opposes
Article

South Dakota
Attorney General Opposes
Article

Tennessee
Governor Opposes
Article

Texas
Governor, Lt. Gov. and Others Oppose
Article

Utah
Governor Opposes
Article

Wisconsin
Governor Opposes
Article

In addition, West Virginia, Arizona, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, Utah, and Maine signed onto a brief asking the Fourth Circuit to rehear the Gloucester case in which it sided with a transgender student.

 

U.S. Senators Oppose

Bill Cassidy – Louisiana

David Vitter – Louisiana

James Lankford – Oklahoma

John Thune – South Dakota

Lamar Alexander – Tennessee

John Cornyn – Texas

Ted Cruz – Texas

 

 

Members of Congress Oppose

Gary Palmer – Alabama

Martha Roby – Alabama

Steve King – Iowa

Ralph Abraham – Louisiana

Bill Huizenga – Michigan

Kristi Noem – South Dakota

Diane Black – Tennessee

 

Additional Notes

32 Louisiana Legislators Oppose
Article

Alabama legislator promises to bring bill in next session to block implementation in Alabama
Article

Wisconsin legislator promises to bring his bathroom privacy bill back again
Article