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Transgender Washingtonians Are Under Attack
For 10 years, Washington's non-discrimination laws have ensured fair and equal treatment for our transgender family, neighbors and friends. But now, a harmful bill—HB 1011—has been pre-filed in the Washington Legislature that seeks to roll back these important protections. And if passed, HB 1011 would write discrimination into state law by allowing transgender people to be prohibited from using the restroom consistent with who they are. Discrimination has no place in Washington! Take action to defend our state's transgender non-discrimination laws. Sign the Petition Tell lawmakers: Reject HB 1011 Donate
Washington Is for Everyone: Our Economy Depends On It

Hundreds of Washington businesses are standing together, united against any attempt to repeal our state's non-discrimination laws that for 10 years have ensured fair & equal treatment of transgender Washingtonians.

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UNINTENDED ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF REPEALING WA'S NON-DISCRIMINATION LAWS
Repealing Washington's 10-year-old transgender non-discrimination laws could seriously damage our state's growing economy and would cost our schools and state programs billions in federal funding. Legislation like HB 1011 would create more red tape for businesses and put local governments and schools at risk for costly lawsuits. HB 1011 would make law enforcement’s job even tougher, cost taxpayers and driven away new economic development. Learn More
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Washingtonians Who Won't Discriminate
Law enforcement officials, church leaders, businesses, elected leaders, and many more from around the state are joining the growing list of Washingtonians who are standing up against discrimination. Become an Endorser See the Full List of Endorsers