Senate Bill 114

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Last Action 01/27/20: to Education (S)
Title AN ACT relating to athletics.
Bill Documents Introduced
Bill Request Number 1388
Sponsors R. Mills, D. Carroll, R. Girdler, M. Wise
Summary of Original Version Amend KRS 156.070 to require the board of education or agency designated by the board of education to manage interscholastic athletics to promulgate administrative regulations or bylaws requiring schools that participate in interscholastic athletics to designate all athletic teams, activities, and sports based upon the biological sex of the students eligible to participate; prohibiting male students from participating in athletic teams, activities, and sports designated as girls'; restricting access to athletic facilities designated for the use of an exclusive biological sex; and defining the methods of establishing a students' biological sex; prohibit designated agencies from entertaining complaints or investigations of policies; create a cause of action against a school that violates these provisions; require that the action be brought within 2 years; create a new section of KRS Chapter 164 to require a public postsecondary education institution or private postsecondary education institution that is a member of a national intercollegiate athletic association to designate all intercollegiate and intramural athletic teams, activities, sports, and events that are sponsored or authorized by the institution based on biological sex of students eligible to participate; to require that a public postsecondary education institution or private postsecondary education institution that is a member of a national intercollegiate athletic association prohibit male students from participating in athletic teams, activities, and sports designated as womens'; restricting access to athletic facilities designated for the use of an exclusive biological sex at a public postsecondary education institution or private postsecondary education institution that is a member of a national intercollegiate athletic association; and defining the methods of establishing a postsecondary students' biological sex; prohibit designated agencies from entertaining complaints or investigations of policies; create a cause of action against a postsecondary institution that violates these provisions; require that the action be brought within 2 years; title the Act: "Save Women’s Sports Act."
Index Headings of Original Version Education, Elementary and Secondary - Interscholastic athletics, designation for eligibility based on biological sex, requirements
Universities and Colleges - Athletic facilities designated by sex, restrict access, civil liability for violation
Universities and Colleges - Postsecondary athletics, designation for eligibility based on biological sex, requirements
Women - Women and girls school sports, prohibit biological males from participating
Administrative Regulations and Proceedings - Board of Education, interscholastic athletics, eligibility based on biological sex, regulations
Athletics - Athletic facilities designated by sex, schools and postsecondary institutions, restrict access
Athletics - Interscholastic athletics, designation for eligibility based on biological sex, requirements
Athletics - Postsecondary athletics, designation for eligibility based on biological sex, requirements
Children and Minors - Interscholastic athletics, designation for eligibility based on biological sex, requirements
Claims - School athletics, male student permitted to compete as female, civil liability of school
Boards and Commissions - Board of Education, interscholastic athletics, regulations related to biological sex
Short Titles and Popular Names - Save Women’s Sports Act
Education, Higher - Postsecondary athletics, designation for eligibility based on biological sex
Civil Actions - School athletic facilities designated by sex, failure to restrict access, liability of school

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01/24/20
  • introduced in Senate
01/27/20
  • to Education (S)


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