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A Georgia school district has rolled back its transgender-friendly bathroom policy after vandalism and threats to members of the school community.

The Pickens County School board wrote in a news release on Wednesday that it had amended its policy, which allowed students to use the bathroom that matched their gender identity, this week due to “death threats, student harassment, and vandalism of school property.”

The article goes on to state the following:

“The District understands and acknowledges that it has the responsibility to protect its staff and students,” the statement reads. “However, the District has concerns that it may not be able to meet these recently increased demands.”

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