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Congress introduces menstruation law for Florida

Members of Congress on Thursday introduced a law banning schools that receive federal funding. Collect or request information about a student’s menstrual cycle According to a US House of Representatives news release.

The move came on the same day as the Florida Athletic Leaders. Agree to remove Question about the athlete’s monthly history from the annual registration form. Survey by Palmbach Post We found that 35 states ask athletes about their periods and submit their answers to school districts.

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-California), Ilhan Omar (D-Minnesota), and Rep. Sheila Cherfils-McCormick, who represents West Palm Beach and parts of western Palm Beach County, said the question was ” I submitted the bill after stating that it was a roundabout way. Methods that discriminate against transgender students also subject cisgender students to invasive government mandates for their personal medical data.”

At the same meeting where the Florida High School Track and Field Association removed questions about menstrual history from its registration forms, the board approved a question requiring athletes to report their “sex assigned at birth.”

Previously, the Florida form only asked for the “gender” of the student.

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