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Tennesse Bill Regarding the Attorney General and School Restroom Policies (HB 2620)

This law was last updated on Feb 22, 2018


This law is Anti–LGBTQ

State

Tennessee

Number

HB 2620

Status

Proposed

Proposed

Feb 1, 2018

Topics

Anti-Transgender, LGBTQ

Full Bill Text

www.capitol.tn.gov

HB 2620 would expand the attorney general and reporter’s duties to include representation of a local education agency (LEA) or certain LEA employees in any court or administrative tribunal arising out of the adoption of a policy or practice designating multi-person restrooms, locker rooms, or other facilities for use based only on one’s biological sex.

The bill defines “employee” or employees” to mean “an LEA’s present or past directors of schools, board members, teachers, or nonprofessional staff members.”

In the event that the attorney general and reporter determines that the best interest of the state, LEA, or employee requires private counsel, the LEA or employee would be notified and would have the right to file for reimbursement of defense costs in the same manner as state employees.


Related Legislation

Companion bill to SB 2480.

Similar to HB 1488, which was withdrawn.


People

Primary Sponsor