A file photo shows a sign marking the entrance to a gender-neutral restroom at the University of Vermont in Burlington. Following a controversy in North Carolina last year over a bill restricting the use of public restrooms by transgender people, more states are seeing similar legislative attempts.
A file photo shows a sign marking the entrance to a gender-neutral restroom at the University of Vermont in Burlington. Following a controversy in North Carolina last year over a bill restricting the use of public restrooms by transgender people, more states are seeing similar legislative attempts. Toby Talbot AP
A file photo shows a sign marking the entrance to a gender-neutral restroom at the University of Vermont in Burlington. Following a controversy in North Carolina last year over a bill restricting the use of public restrooms by transgender people, more states are seeing similar legislative attempts. Toby Talbot AP

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