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Alaska’s House Education Committee has voted to advance the student athlete gender identity bill, known as House Bill 183. The public testimony session lasted over an hour and was filled with emotion. Rep. Jamie Allard argued that the bill is about fairness and recognizing biological differences, stating that it would not impact co-ed sports but rather require students to play according to their biological sex. Supporters of the bill believe it is important to uphold the distinction between biological sex and gender identity in sports, while opponents see it as discriminatory and anti-transgender. The bill will now move to the House Judiciary Committee for further consideration before potentially going to a floor vote in the House and then on to the Senate if approved by the House.

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