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Marjorie Taylor Greene Wants Doctors Deported Over Gender-Affirming Surgery

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Marjorie Taylor Greene on Tuesday reintroduced a bill that would stop gender-affirming care for minors.Republican lawmakers have taken action against trans-related topics in recent months, introducing a variety of bills, some of which propose banning gender-affirming care for teens, in Arizona, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wyoming.Greene first introduced her Protect Children's Innocence Act bill in 2022 and recently reintroduced it in Congress.

If it becomes law, Greene's bill would make it illegal to provide gender-affirming care to a minor."It will protect children from the heinous and evil ideology that is grooming kids and making a profit off of horrific surgeries that mutilate their genitals, give them life-altering medication like puberty blockers and hormone therapy that will have permanent damage to their bodies for the rest of their life," Greene said during the House Morning Hour.The bill proposes that anyone who provides the gender-affirming care, such as surgery, administering medication or performing other procedures, would be committing a Class C felony.

Other Class C felonies include stalking on the internet, assault on a judge, carjacking, and some types of theft, according to LegalMatch, an online matching service for American attorneys and clients.

LegalMatch reported that the average time served in jail for committing a Class C felony is two to five years.Greene's bill particularly targets foreign doctors, claiming that any non-U.S.

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