Both houses of the Louisiana legislature voted Tuesday to override Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards’ veto of a bill banning sex changes in the state.
The state House of Representatives has voted 75 to 23 to overturn Governor Edward’s June 2023 veto. Three Democrats voted with Republicans in the House to overturn the veto. The state Senate voted 28 to 11 to override the ban, with Republican state Sen. Fred Mills voting with Democrats. Mills briefly killed the bill in committee in May, arguing that child sex-change decisions “should be made by a patient and a physician.”
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