California legislators will again consider a bill to ban cosmetic surgery on small children born with atypical genitalia under a bill introduced Friday.

Senate Bill 225 by Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) would delay procedures that are not deemed medically necessary until a child is 6 years old, a change supporters say will lead to parents making more informed decisions for a child who has variations in their physical sex characteristics, such as an enlarged clitoris or an off-center urethra.

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