OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a bill Tuesday that would ban nonbinary designations on birth certificates in the state.
Senate Bill 1100 came about after Stitt directed the state health department to stop issuing nonbinary birth certificates in 2021 because Stitt said they'd done so without authorization under state law.
The bill restricts the designations on Oklahoma birth certificates to male or female.
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