INDIANAPOLIS (WFFT) - The Indiana House is trying to stop a third gender from appearing on drivers licenses.
Last week, the Indiana BMV announced it is offering gender "x" as an option.
Tuesday, members of the state legislature added an amendment to a bill dealing with disabled veterans parking placards.
The amendment states gender means male or female.
The change will have to be approved in the Senate.
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