The ordinance has been nicknamed the "Bathroom Bill" because it deals with the legality of a transgendered person to use the restrooms designated for people of the opposite sex.
"A man who says he's a woman is able to follow young girls into the locker room. That happened in Washington state," said Aaron Baer, a spokesman for the Center for Arizona Policy, referring to a Washington college that allowed a transgendered male into the women's locker room.
Both legal experts interviewed by 3TV said similar ordinances are in place across the nation, and have had little to no impact on churches and restrooms.
"The truth is there are 166 cities across the country that have precisely these kind of ordinances," attorney Dan Barr said. "Transgendered people have been going to the bathroom forever whether people know it or not, and this hasn't been an issue."
"This probably goes on much more than anyone thinks or expects without incident," said attorney Brent Kleinman, referring to transgendered people in restrooms.
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