Yes, it does ban puberty blockers as did Florida. I think that is cruel and unusual because what puberty blockers do is relieve physical and mental pain and gives children time to sort things out.
Personally I’d allow it up to the point of reasonable development ages.
So for example, if primary and secondary sex characteristics are typical between 9-15 (I don’t know for sure, this is from memory and I may be off) – with 9 being at the start of the reasonable bell curve for puberty and 15 the end of what’s reasonable to start showing puberty signs, I would consider it perfectly reasonable to delay the start of puberty until 15 years of age at most except in exceptional cases.
That way the child can resume expected development _or_ have had several years to go through whatever therapies to sort out future needs to see if an exception to continue blocking a little longer was needed until they could be of age to decide therapy to better determine direction of sex characteristics development.
I believe at present _normally_ (although I have heard of exceptions) hormone therapies of the nature of estrogen, etc are not usually started until the age of 17 at the earliest. There’s always exceptions.
And yes I’ve heard of the cases of the mastectomies but I’m primarily thinking of the male to female cases.