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(Olympia, WA)  --  Lawmakers are being asked to overturn a Washington state law that allows transgender people to use public restrooms or other public gender-segregated facilities based on their gender identity, rather than their anatomy.  The "Spokesman-Review" reports a recent student at Eastern Washington University filed a complaint with the Joint Administrative Rules Review Committee, seeking to have the law scrapped.  The state's Human Rights Commission approved the administrative law last year.  The rules committee could bring up the complaint at its next meeting, which is expected to take place in June.

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