Supporters of the new state rule which allows transgender access to rest and locker rooms of their chosen gender stand on the steps of the Temple of Justice in Olympia Monday as they stage a counter protest to a competing rally by opponents of the new rule who amassed in front of the Legislative Building.
Supporters of the new state rule which allows transgender access to rest and locker rooms of their chosen gender stand on the steps of the Temple of Justice in Olympia Monday as they stage a counter protest to a competing rally by opponents of the new rule who amassed in front of the Legislative Building. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Supporters of the new state rule which allows transgender access to rest and locker rooms of their chosen gender stand on the steps of the Temple of Justice in Olympia Monday as they stage a counter protest to a competing rally by opponents of the new rule who amassed in front of the Legislative Building. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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