Alabama governor signs law to keep biological males out of women’s sports

Alabama governor signs law to keep biological males out of women’s sports
Alabama kicks off to Clemson in the 2017-2018 Sugar Bowl CFP Semifinal. YouTube video

[Ed. – What’s the NCAA going to do, tell SEC or other Power-5 football teams they can’t play Alabama?  This is where sports power comes into play.  Texas, Florida – this can be done.  Get NCAA out of the business of enforcing federal mandates and make Biden do his own enforcing.  If he can.]

Last week, I covered the story of Alabama’s legislature passing HB391, which would ban males from competing in girls’ sports.

The crux, as worded by the bill:

Relating to public K-12 schools; to provide that no public K-12 school may participate in, sponsor, or provide coaching staff for interscholastic athletic events at which athletes are allowed to participate in competition against athletes who are of a different biological gender, unless the event specifically includes both biological genders.

At the time, it was uncertain as to whether the state’s Republican governor — Kay Ivey — would sign it into law.

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On Friday, Kay put pen to paper.

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