The Minnesota State High School League is set to vote this week on whether to allow transgender high schools students to participate in athletics based on their gender identity. According to the policy, transgender high school students can play on the team of their choice (male or female) but have to have a physician’s documentation and in some cases must have begun hormone therapy to “preserve competitive equity.” The MSHSL policy also provides transgender students avenues for corrective action if a school district does not comply. The new policy will be discussed in a workshop on Oct. 1 and the full MSHSL is expected to vote on the policy on Oct. 2.

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State athletics league mulls transgender inclusion in sports _ Twin Cities Daily Planet.


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