Opponents of the transgender anti-discrimination bill are worried about the implications of the proposed law.

Jonathan Alexandre, legal counsel for the Massachusetts Family Institute, says the bill is subject to guidelines drafted by the state's Attorney General Maura Healey. Alexandre says Healey has blatantly dismissed concerns of those who do not want their children in public restrooms with adults of the opposite gender. "She has come out on record and said, 'Hold it.' If that's a tenor of how she's approaching this issue, it's fair to say that she could actually make the impact of this bill worse by her regulations."

Alexandre says MFI is still trying to put the brakes on the legislation by urging the public to call Governor Charlie Baker's office and tell him he should oppose the bill.

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