With just days left to act, South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard remains vague on whether he'll veto a bill that seeks to prohibit students in public schools from using the bathroom that does not conform to their gender at birth.

Daugaard, a Republican, has not said whether he will sign House Bill 1008 into law. Last week, he met with three transgender people, including two students.

“In the transgender bill, the opportunity to meet with both sides gave me more information about the perspective of each side,” Daugaard told Reuters over the weekend. “More information is always better. Whether one has an attitude about it before that, I think it's still important to listen to all the information. Because sometimes we make judgments based on incomplete information.”

“Because once you make that [judgment] you can't unmake it,” he added.

(Related: Caitlyn Jenner calls on South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard to veto transgender bill.)

Daugaard has until March 1 to act.