Wolff Slams “Bathroom Bill”

By Pilar Arias

The “bathroom bill” has gone from a major legislative priority for Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick to something he says needs work.

The measure was tacked onto an education bill in the Texas House Sunday, and would only pertain to public and charter schools.

Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff doesn’t understand why lawmakers continue the debate.

“It’s not a problem,” Wolff said. “We’ve never had an incident here in our area, I don’t think anywhere in the state.”

Wolff does; however, think some lawmakers did a good job watering down the bill.

“At least it’s much better than what was in the Senate. The Senate bill was completely foolheartedly,” Wolff said.


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