Caleb Bishop (right), Alaura Custard (left) and Brenna Hanisee, all students at Olathe North, prepare signs for a protest they will attend Friday at the Kansas Capitol in Topeka. Kansas lawmakers recently introduced a measure to require transgender students at public schools and universities to use restrooms that match their gender at birth, and student LGBT advocates in the state are crying foul. .
Caleb Bishop (right), Alaura Custard (left) and Brenna Hanisee, all students at Olathe North, prepare signs for a protest they will attend Friday at the Kansas Capitol in Topeka. Kansas lawmakers recently introduced a measure to require transgender students at public schools and universities to use restrooms that match their gender at birth, and student LGBT advocates in the state are crying foul. . Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
Caleb Bishop (right), Alaura Custard (left) and Brenna Hanisee, all students at Olathe North, prepare signs for a protest they will attend Friday at the Kansas Capitol in Topeka. Kansas lawmakers recently introduced a measure to require transgender students at public schools and universities to use restrooms that match their gender at birth, and student LGBT advocates in the state are crying foul. . Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

Transgender restroom bill in Kansas alarms LGBT student advocates

April 13, 2016 08:43 PM

UPDATED April 17, 2016 05:07 PM

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