Alabama universities move forward on transgender bathroom policies — while state fights feds in court

A restroom at Collier Library at the University of North Alabama in Florence, Ala. (photo courtesy of Flor-Ala student newspaper)

A restroom at Collier Library at the University of North Alabama in Florence, Ala. (photo courtesy of Flor-Ala student newspaper)

At the University of North Alabama, concerns about the lack of gender-neutral bathrooms were raised last year by the student government association.

The group urged a policy change, approved by university officials, requiring at least one gender-neutral or family restroom within each building on campus.

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