provide gender care to transgender youth, including hormones.A near-party-line vote saw the Republicans win 55-13. The House's only physician, Dr.
Fred Wood (R-Burley), was the only Republican to join the 12 Democrats and vote against the bill.The bill now moves to the state senate.
If it is voted through, Republican Governor Brad Little's office could make it into law or veto it.The passing of the bill followed a heated debate in the Idaho Senate on Tuesday.Rep.
Bruce Skaug (R-Nampa) brought forward the bill. He told the House: "We need to stop sterilizing and mutilating children under the age of 18." He added that the bill would "protect" boys and girls from having their birth sex changed.Rep.