Doesn't have what it takes.
Gov. Kristi Noem, R-SD, vetoed a bill that would have prohibited biological males from competing in women’s sports, leading to a crushing backlash from her conservative supporters.
In a statement, Noem claimed she still supports House Bill 1217, and that her veto was only a temporary setback for South Dakota legislators, contingent on a few changes pertaining to “style and form.”
But her requested changes, critics argue, would gut the bill and render it almost totally ineffective.
Noam’s requested changes would limit the application of the law to K-12 schools, leaving collegiate women’s sports in the hands of progressive national organizations such as the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletics Association)....
K, then. Go back to obscurity.
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