Indiana trans athlete bill to become law after GOP overrides veto; ACLU sues

May 25, 2022 View Original Article
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41% : Democrats had called for lawmakers to take action, instead, on a proposal to suspend the state's 56 cents per gallon in taxes on gasoline amid the nationwide spike in fuel prices.
34% : Holcomb said in his veto message the bill presumed "there is an existing problem in K-12 sports in Indiana that requires further state government intervention" but that he found no evidence to support that claim "even if I support the effort overall."

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