Starting off their Safe Spaces for Women and Children rally Monday on the Capitol steps, Kaeley Triller Haver from the “Keep Locker Rooms Safe” organization speaks. At the same time, a group that supports the new state rule allowing transgender people access to restrooms and locker rooms of their gender identity stages a counter protest behind them at the Temple of Justice.
Starting off their Safe Spaces for Women and Children rally Monday on the Capitol steps, Kaeley Triller Haver from the “Keep Locker Rooms Safe” organization speaks. At the same time, a group that supports the new state rule allowing transgender people access to restrooms and locker rooms of their gender identity stages a counter protest behind them at the Temple of Justice. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Starting off their Safe Spaces for Women and Children rally Monday on the Capitol steps, Kaeley Triller Haver from the “Keep Locker Rooms Safe” organization speaks. At the same time, a group that supports the new state rule allowing transgender people access to restrooms and locker rooms of their gender identity stages a counter protest behind them at the Temple of Justice. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

Demonstrators for, against transgender bathroom rules rally at state Capitol

February 16, 2016 09:17 AM

UPDATED February 16, 2016 11:03 AM

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