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Photo Credit: Aa Dil/Pexels PIERRE, S.D. — A South Dakota bill that sought to protect the rights of parents to refuse medical or psychological “treatment” for their child if the course of action would affirm the thinking that their son or daughter is anything but their birth sex has been struck down in a legislative subcommittee. Some considered the measure to…

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Author: Heather Clark

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