Vermont passes groundbreaking law to make all single user public toilets gender neutral

Lawmakers in Vermont have passed a groundbreaking law that requires all single-user public bathrooms to be explicitly gender neutral.

On Friday, Vermont Governor Phil Scott signed a bill that now requires all self-contained public bathrooms to be explicitly open to people of any gender. 
This bill will affect toilets in a variety of publicly used buildings, including government buildings, shops, schools and recreational facilities.

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