Amend the bill in section 1 in §1565 by striking out all of the indented paragraph (page 1, lines 4 to 7 in L.D.) and inserting the following:
Any person who is incarcerated in a jail or other county correctional facility who menstruates has a right to comprehensive access to menstrual products, including, but not limited to, sanitary pads and tampons, provided and available at all times and without inconvenience or charge to the incarcerated person.’
Amend the bill in section 3 by striking out all of subsection 9 (page 1, lines 17 to 19 in L.D.) and inserting the following:
Amend the bill by relettering or renumbering any nonconsecutive Part letter or section number to read consecutively.
This amendment is the majority report of the committee. The amendment changes the person entitled to menstrual products from a female person to a person who menstruates. The amendment removes menstrual cups from the products in the bill that are required to be provided. The amendment requires that products, including but not limited to sanitary pads and tampons, be provided and available at all times and without inconvenience to the person who resides in the jail, county correctional facility or state correctional or detention facility.
FISCAL NOTE REQUIRED