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Days after the House failed to pass a ban against gender confirmation medical care, the Senate pushed its own attempt forward.
House Bill 1399 would have banned gender-confirmation surgery, hormone therapy and puberty suppression treatments for Texas' transgender children.
The announcement will likely give new life to the debate about requiring vaccinations that has been playing out in Texas and across the nation.
The bill previously lacked the votes to advance out of House committee. After House Democrats spiked one of his bills, Rep. Harold Dutton, D-Houston, revived it.
The bill would prevent transgender Texas children from joining school sports teams that match their gender identity.