This article in the Great Falls Tribune discusses the lineup of progressive dark money organizations trying to stop the Locker Room Privacy Act. Here’s a quote from the story:
Jeff Laszloffy, president of the Montana Family Foundation, said the Locker Room Privacy Act protects privacy, safety and dignity for all students.
“Obviously that is constitutional,” he said. “But let’s get back to the main point. High school girls shouldn’t be forced to shower in front of a boy who thinks he’s a girl. It’s just common sense.”
Laszloffy said then-President Barack Obama tried “to force Montana schools to require girls to shower with boys who think they’re girls, but that directive was rejected.”
President Donald Trump rescinded that directive and said the decision should be made at the state level.
“Even so, some schools in Montana are already dealing with this issue,” Laszloffy said. “That’s why we need the Locker Room Privacy Act to protect privacy, safety and dignity for all students.”