The controversial “bathroom bill” is unlikely to see the light of day in Kansas.

The bill, similar to the one touted in North Carolina, was left untouched at the Kansas legislature adjourned without touching it.

The bill would have stopped students in public K-12 schools and state colleges and universities from using “sex-segregated facilities that correspond with their gender identity, including restrooms, showers, and locker rooms.”

How the Kansas legislature did pass another bill. This anti-LGBT bill, signed into law by Governor Sam Brownback, “allows faith-based student groups at state colleges and universities to discriminate against LGBT people and others who offend their religious beliefs, even if the groups receive public funding.”

(Information sourced from advocate.com)