Mississippi Governor Signs Transgender Restroom Ban in Public Schools

Mississippi Governor Signs Transgender Restroom Ban in Public Schools


Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves (R) signed a bill into law that will prohibit students from using restrooms in public schools that do not correspond to their biological sex.

Reeves signed the legislation, Senate Bill 2753, into law on Monday, according to a report by WXXV News 25.

The bill, titled the “Securing Areas for Females Effectively and Responsibly Act” — also known as the “Safer Act” — requires all public buildings have restrooms designated for men only, women only, or single-person spaces available to anyone.

The law also allows anyone to sue a person who uses a facility that does not correspond to their biological sex.

“It’s mind blowing that this is what Joe Biden’s America has come to,” Reeves wrote in an X post Monday.

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