Texas 'bathroom bill' advances after 13 hours of testimony

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Mar 8, 8:28 AM EST

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- A North Carolina-style "bathroom bill" has cleared a first vote in Texas after 13 consecutive hours of public comment dominated by transgender-rights supporters who oppose the measure.

A Senate committee early Wednesday advanced the proposal that would require people to use public bathrooms that correspond with the sex on their birth certificates. The bill has drawn backlash from big businesses including Google and the NFL.

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If it wasn't a shame... it'd be almost be funny.   THIS... after all the hullabaloo over the Texas boy who was FORCED to wrestle on the GIRL's team against other GIRLS.

It's obvious, these people have learned ab-so-LUTE-ly... NOTHING.

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