Ask Governor Kelly to VETO SB55 (Formerly SB208)

by | April 16, 2021


Following last week’s last-minute passage of SB 55 – originally introduced as SB 208 – the anti-trans youth bill reached Governor Kelly’s desk Friday morning. She now has ten days in which to sign or veto the bill, or allow it to become law without her signature.

This is your chance to make sure your voice is heard.

Add your name to thousands of Kansans who oppose discrimination against transgender youth by completing the form below.

We will make sure your message is delivered to Governor Kelly’s office.

UPDATE:  Governor Kelly vetoed SB 55 on April 22nd.  Please see  for the next steps in making sure this bill never becomes law.

Equality Kansas and GLSEN Kansas have partnered to ask businesses and health care providers to sign on to one of the letters below.

If you are work in the health care industry, or if you speak for or own a business in Kansas, please consider joining other Kansans in asking Governor Kelly to veto SB 55.  Drop an email to Liz Hamor, Equality Kansas Director of Community Outreach, at, or call our office at (316) 683-1706 to add your name or your business name.

We will be delivering these letters to Kansas Governor Laura Kelly no later than Friday, April 23.

Veto Request from Kansas Businesses:


Veto Request Letter from Kansas Health Care Providers:


SB 208 (Now SB 55) Talking Points:

SB 208 talking points

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