Minnesota Lawmakers Consider Bill to Make State a “Trans Refuge”
Lawmakers in Minnesota are increasingly radicalizing the state.
HF146, introduced by Rep. Leigh Finke of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party, would make Minnesota a “trans refuge” state.
The transgender Finke was elected to the Minnesota House in District 66A in the midterm election.
The Gateway Pundit reported earlier that Democrats in the Minnesota House are also pushing to pass a bill that would require the availability of menstruation products in all boys’ school restrooms across the state.
“A school district or charter school must provide students access to menstrual products at no charge. The products must be available in restrooms used by students in grades 4 to 12,” the bill states. “For purposes of this section, “menstrual products” means pads, tampons, or other similar products used in connection with the menstrual cycle.”
HF146 would ensure children undergoing gender transition procedures allowed under Minnesota law are not governed by the child protection laws of other states.
HF146 “would make Minnesota into a trans refuge state by protecting trans people, their families and medical practitioners from the legal repercussions of traveling to Minnesota to receive gender-affirming care,” Finke said.
This need is desperate in my community. This is not a hypothetical scenario,” Finke said of the bill. “There are gender-diverse people in Minnesota right now receiving gender-affirming care. More are fleeing their home states asking where they should turn.”
HF146 would prevent law enforcement from removing a child from parental custody in accordance with an order from outside Minnesota.
This clause is meant to ensure children undergoing gender transition procedures allowed under Minnesota law cannot be governed by child protection laws of other states.
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