An open letter to Rep. Mathis, Gov. Hobbs, Rep. Gutierrez, Sen. Sundareshan.
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An Open Letter

To: Rep. Mathis, Gov. Hobbs, Rep. Gutierrez, Sen. Sundareshan

From: A constituent in Tucson, AZ

May 24

This proposed legislation threatens the rights, dignity, and well-being of transgender students in Arizona's public schools. It mandates invasive parental notification requirements and grants discriminatory exemptions that enable school staff to disregard a student's affirmed gender identity based on personal beliefs. Such provisions undermine an inclusive educational environment vital for all students to thrive. Urgent action is needed to uphold equal protections and ensure schools cultivate a supportive atmosphere embracing gender diversity. Targeting vulnerable youth with discrimination has detrimental impacts on their mental health and ability to learn. I urge you to oppose this harmful bill and instead champion policies fostering acceptance, respect, and affirmation for Arizona's transgender students.

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