It's not just Florida — Alabama, Tennessee, South Dakota, Utah, and Indiana have anti-LGBTQ+ laws coming into force now.
The teacher gave a letter to several high school students, referring to them by their deadnames and saying their gender assigned at birth was "the biological truth."
“It became glaringly evident that unchecked personal bias clouds judgment in this workplace,” South Dakota journalist Stel Kline tweeted.
The bill has chilling implications for content pertaining to LGBTQ+ issues, race, gender, and more.
Amy Rambow says it shows Noem can "make laws but isn’t willing to speak to the people she’s making laws about."
Gov. Kristi Noem's action makes the state the first to enact an anti-trans law this year.
The votes on sports and restroom bills came a few days after the governor's chief of staff likened trans students to terrorists.