According to the National Conference of State Legislatures:
From 2013 to 2016, at least 24 states considered “bathroom bills,” or legislation that would restrict access to multiuser restrooms, locker rooms, and other sex-segregated facilities on the basis of a definition of sex or gender consistent with sex assigned at birth or “biological sex.” North Carolina is the only state to enact this type of legislation.
Arizona introduced a bathroom bill that failed to pass in 2013.
At least nine states considered bathroom bills in 2015, including: Colorado, Florida, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, Texas and Wisconsin. None of these bills were enacted.
At least nineteen states considered this type of legislation in 2016. One state – North Carolina – enacted this type of legislation. South Dakota’s bill passed in both chambers, but was vetoed by the governor. Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, New York, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin also considered similar legislation in 2016.
This is definitely a decision best for the states to handle.
Let’s see what happens in the legislative session now underway in Wisconsin.