California Becomes First State To Enact Gender-Neutral Bathroom Law By Ja'Nel Johnson • Mar 1, 2017 TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit commons.wikimedia.org A new law allowing any gender to use any single-user bathrooms in California begins today. Capital Public Radio Health Care Reporter Ja'Nel Johnson has more on who will be affected by the change. Listen Listening... / 1:02 KVCR's Ken Vincent introduces report from Capital Public Radio's Ja'Nel Johnson Tags: transgender issuesTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Desert Community Becomes First Inland City To Mandate Gender-Neutral Public Restrooms By Ken Vincent • Jan 11, 2016 www.pfma.org The Palm Springs-area community of Cathedral City has become only the second city in Southern California to pass an ordinance offering gender-neutral public restrooms. KVCR's Ken Vincent has more. Calif. Law Provides More Legal Recourse For Transgender Victims Of Violence By Katie Orr • Aug 14, 2015 www.neontommy.com Transgender victims of violence in California will now have more legal protections. Capital Public Radio's Katie Orr reports on a bill signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown yesterday [Thursday].