Can Utah Republicans Override Their Governor’s Women’s-Sports Veto Tomorrow? | National Review

Can Utah Republicans Override Their Governor’s Women’s-Sports Veto Tomorrow? | National Review

On Tuesday, Utah governor Spencer Cox, a Republican, vetoed a bill that would have barred biological males from competing in women’s sports. “I believe in fairness and protecting the integrity of women’s sports,” he wrote in a lengthy letter explaining his decision. But he argued that the bill went too far in pursuing “a complete ban,” citing the amendment’s last-minute introduction and potential lawsuits as reasons for his veto. Cox maintained that, while “I am not an expert on transgenderism . . . I always try to err on the side of kindness, mercy and compassion. I also try to





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