Georgia Senate panel OKs bill limiting sports to gender identified at birth

ATLANTA — A Georgia Senate panel approved legislation that would require students to participate in high school sports according to the gender that appears on their birth certificate. Senate Bill 266 would ban schools from allowing transgender girls from participating in sports that align with their gender identity. The Senate Education and Youth Committee approved the measure on a party-line vote of 5-3, with Republicans voting in favor of the bill. “I believe that God made man, took one look and said that I can do better than that, and made woman,” said state Sen. Marty Harbin, a Tyrone Repu…

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