Indiana Senate President Pro Tem Rod Bray has killed a controversial House bill.
It would prevent the Department of Child Services from removing kids from their parents if the parents won’t affirm their gender identity or consenting to gender-affirming health care.
The bill came about by a single case currently before the Indiana Supreme Court where a transgender child was taken from their parents.
Bray said through a spokesperson that there are “serious concerns” with the bill, which passed the state House 58-33 last month.
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