OR mom fails to change new state law that will put period products in girls AND boys’ bathrooms

An Oregon woman’s petition to change a new law that puts period products in all girls and boys’ restrooms has been rejected. 

Cherylene ‘Chery’ Stritenberg, 49, of Medford, filed a petition in late June. requesting the Menstrual Dignity Act be changed to limit the number of bathrooms period products can be freely distributed from. 

As the law currently stands, all bathrooms – both girls and boys – are required to have a selection of tampons and maxi pads offered to students K-12, as well as at public colleges. The purpose of the law is to help students of all gender identities through their periods. 

Many schools have already begun implementing the law in schools, which requires educational institutions to have dispensers in every bathroom and clearly mark in two languages that the products are free.  

Stritenberg, who is also a school board member at Eagle Point, petitioned the number be limited to ‘at least’ two bathrooms, to cut down the massive cost from the state’s education…

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