Danica Roem at Grafton Street Restaurant and Bar on Nov. 7 in Gainesville, Va. (Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post)

If you think insurance premiums are high now, just wait until Virginia Del.-elect Danica Roem's legislation to force insurance companies to cover "sex change" operations takes effect ["Roem to push for transgender health care," Metro, Nov. 11].

Will Ms. Roem (D) also cover sex-change reversals to treat the growing incidence of "sex-change regret" by persons who find the "cure" worse than the "disease"?

Too bad The Post did not write this article before the election to fully inform voters about Ms. Roem’s real agenda.

I wonder when Gov.-elect Ralph Northam (D) will open up our highway rest stops and state office building locker rooms and bathrooms to people who think they are the opposite sex, just as they are trying to do in our public schools.

Virginians must wake up, not be intimidated and fight this radical transgender agenda for the sake of our children and grandchildren.

Bob Marshall, Manassas

The writer, a Republican who represents Prince William County in the Virginia House, lost to Democrat Danica Roem in the Nov. 7 elections.