Lawmakers in Oklahoma, alarmed by the chaos that’s been generated from President Obama’s pressure on schools to open bathrooms to both sexes – else face loss of federal funding – have introduced a bill that declares the matter an “emergency” and allows the state’s attorney general to provide legal representation for those who come under fire from the U.S. Department of Justice for failures to comply.

Basically, the bill allows for a religious exemption to opt out of the White House’s pressing for open bathrooms to all. “The Attorney General of the State of Oklahoma is hereby authorized to represent a school district or employee in a legal challenge to any federal regulation or mandate [to open bathrooms to both sexes],” the bill states. “The Attorney General is further authorized to intervene in any legal proceeding for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of this act.” READ MORE