And with a solid 94-4 majority. As I understand it, it would mean that people who practice that harmful garbage wouldn’t be able to hold a license to practice in the state.
It now goes on the the state Senate. Since it passed so overwhelmingly in the House, it will probably get through the Senate if it can get to the floor. There’s a committee hearing scheduled for the 20th, so you might want to let the members know that you don’t want this harmful practice done in the state.
I assume all of the Democrats and some of the Republicans on the committee would support it. Randi Becker is the chair of the committee, and so probably the person to push to make sure it gets a vote.
[Late Update] I should note that the bill only applies to children. I would hope that we could ban it for everyone, but this is still much better than the status quo.