The association governing Ohio school sports say there are no examples of transgender girls causing issues in competition.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Republican Gov. Mike DeWine has questioned the need for a legislative ban on transgender girls competing in sports.

The proposal, titled the Save Women’s Sports Act, would require schools and higher education institutions in the state to designate “separate single-sex teams and sports for each sex.”

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The bills’ sponsors say it is an effort to maintain fairness and protect the integrity in women’s sports in Ohio.

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The association governing Ohio school sports say there are no examples of transgender girls causing issues in competition.

House Republicans on Thursday added the ban to a bill that would allow college athletes to receive compensation.

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