Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson announced this past Monday that he vetoed the ban on healthcare for transgender youth.

The ban would have made Arkansas the first state to prohibit doctors from providing trans youth with gender-affirming healthcare, saying the ban was a “vast government overreach.” Hutchinson reportedly said that he was worried about a new standard that would be set with the government interfering with medical care. The governor was quoted saying, “That makes my heart break to think about it.” The governor was also reportedly worried about the fact that the bill did not make any exceptions for people who were already receiving treatments, with the bill essentially forcing them to stop. Despite his remorse for Arkansas, Hutchinson has reportedly signed two other bills that mirror the trans youth healthcare bill he just vetoed.