Unless you have two separate circuits you need only one GFI. The incoming circuit should come into the LINE terminals of the GFI. Then you can connect a standard second outlet to the LOAD terminals of the GFI.Originally Posted by Cat375
The light in your bedroom doesn't need a GFI (but it's OK if it is connected to a GFI outlet). It can be connected to the LINE terminals of the GFI along with the incoming line. There is usually provision for two wires on each LINE terminal.
You will be fully protected per code.
There is usually a sticker that comes with the GFI outlet that you put on protected-but-not-GFI outlets connected to the load terminals of the GFI outlet.
You can connect as many outlets as you need downstream of the first GFI protected outlet on a circuit and they are all GFI protected, provided that the first one after the GFI is connected to the LOAD terminals of the GFI outlet.