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Signs are given out to demonstrators during a "Let Kids Play" rally coordinated by ACLU Indiana on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022, at the Statehouse in Indianapolis. The Bloomington family has spoken publicly against the bill.

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb vetoed legislation last month that would ban transgender girls from playing on girls’ school sports teams. But if the General Assembly overrides the veto, as some other Republicans have said they’ll do, what could be the impact on the broader sports scene in Indianapolis?

Holcomb vetoed House Bill 1041 in March, which would have banned transgender girls from playing school sports. In a letter explaining his veto, Holcomb said, “It implies that the goals of consistency and fairness in competitive female sports are not currently being met,” Holcomb wrote in a letter explaining the veto. “After thorough review, I find no evidence to support either claim even if I support the overall goal.”

Indiana Gov. responds:Gov. Eric Holcomb vetoes ban on transgender girls playing girls sports in school


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