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Topic - Kathy Szeliga
A measure to prevent discrimination against people who are transgender moved forward in the Maryland House of Delegates on Wednesday, sparking a sometimes heated debate about how the bill would affect public restrooms.
Last year, the Maryland General Assembly passed laws on gambling, gay marriage and in-state tuition for illegal immigrants. Up next: cable companies, cart thieves and crab sandwiches.
Delegate Neil C. Parrott, Washington Republican, and Delegate Kathy Szeliga, Baltimore County Republican, said they hope to put the measure, dubbed the "bathroom bill," on the November ballot.
Republican Delegates Neil Parrott and Kathy Szeliga announced the drive on MDPetitions.com at a news conference Tuesday.