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Washington State Menstrual Equity Bill

Washington State Menstrual Equity Bill

RCW 28A. 210.420 By the beginning of the 2022-23 school year, Washington State school districts and private schools must make menstrual hygiene products available at no cost in all gender-neutral bathrooms and bathrooms designated for female students located in schools that serve students in any of grades six through twelve. If a school building serving grades six through twelve does not have a gender-neutral bathroom, then the products must also be available in at least one bathroom accessible to male students or in a school health room accessible to all students. For schools that serve students in grades three through five, school districts and private schools must make menstrual hygiene products available in a school health room or other location as designated by the school principal.

RCW 28A. 210.420 By the beginning of the 2022-23 school year, Washington State school districts and private schools must make menstrual hygiene products available at no cost in all gender-neutral bathrooms and bathrooms designated for female students located in schools that serve students in any of grades six through twelve. If a school building serving grades six through twelve does not have a gender-neutral bathroom, then the products must also be available in at least one bathroom accessible to male students or in a school health room accessible to all students. For schools that serve students in grades three through five, school districts and private schools must make menstrual hygiene products available in a school health room or other location as designated by the school principal.

Washington State Law RCW 28A. 210.420

RCW 28A.210.420 implementation

RCW 28A.210.420 implementation

Access to menstrual products is a basic human right. With the passage of Washington State Law RCW 28A.210.420, Washington has joined the growing list of states that are making menstrual hygiene products more accessible. Your school or organization can help make a difference by making sure students have access to the quality products they need.

Access to menstrual products is a basic human right. With the passage of Washington State Law RCW 28A.210.420, Washington has joined the growing list of states that are making menstrual hygiene products more accessible. Your school or organization can help make a difference by making sure students have access to the quality products they need.

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