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August 28, 23

NEWS / Harsh penalties passed for Florida state college employees who use restrooms not corresponding to their birth certificate

The Florida State Board of Education has approved harsh penalties for Florida state college employees who use a restroom or changing room that does not correspond to the gender indicated on their birth certificate. First-time penalties include warnings, monetary penalties, and suspensions without pay, while a repeat offense will require the college to terminate the respective employee. The restrictions also apply to college-run student housing.

The new rules stem from a law that was signed into law by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who is also a leading contender for the Republican presidential nomination, in May. The legislation also imposed restrictions on gender-affirming care for minors, drag shows, and the requires the use of pronouns corresponding to the one indicated on the birth certificate.

ďA woman should not be in a locker room, having to worry about someone from the opposite sex being in their locker room,Ē DeSantis was quoted by CNN as saying.

The law has been criticized by LGBTQ advocates as an attempt to erase transgender people from Florida schools and society.

A&M Logos International is here to help you retrieve and apostille certified copies of your birth certificate if necessary. Call us today at (212) 233-7061 or e-mail us at info@apostille.us. You can also apply on our website.



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