NORTH DAKOTA (AP) –The North Dakota Senate passed a series of bills on Monday that would restrict transgender people’s rights in sports, health care, schools, workplaces and daily life.

Doctors would be prohibited from providing gender-affirming care to people under 18, and transgender boys wouldn’t be allowed to join girls’ sports teams in grade school and college, under the bills.

Senators also revived an effort to stop teachers and government employees from acknowledging the personal pronouns a transgender student or colleague uses.

Republican lawmakers across the United States have pursued several hundred measures aimed at rolling back LGBTQ rights this year.