Lawmakers propose bill to stock feminine products in schools
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (KDXU) - A bill requiring Utah's public schools to stock feminine hygiene products in some restrooms is moving forward in the legislature.
The House Education Committee unanimously approved House Bill 162 Tuesday.
The bill would require elementary, middle and high schools in the state to provide a stock of those products in all female and unisex bathrooms.
If the bill is passed it could cost the Utah State Board of Education upwards of 4 million dollars over the course of two years.