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(Yakima, WA)  --  A joint legislative panel is scheduled next month to review a rule that allows people to use public restrooms and other facilities in Washington based on their gender identity.  The rule, which was adopted last year by the state Human Rights Commission, has sparked major controversy, but legislative attempts earlier this year to pass a bill against it failed.  The "Spokesman-Review" reports the Joint Administrative Rules Review Committee is slated to meet in Yakima June 9th to determine whether a state agency has the authority to adopt such a rule.

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