So, I want to add a receptacle in the bathroom (I tend to run out of batteries on my phone while crapping at the end of the day). There's a GFCI outlet on the other side of the crapper wall that faces the bathroom sinks, so would be a simple matter to wire off of that one, if its possible.
They make these charger receptacles that would be nice to use:
...but they're not GFCI. Is there a way to wire one of those into an existing GFCI circuit so that GFCI protection is still enabled (and legal)? I live in Austin, Texas.
The only reason I think this may be possible is that our current GFCI outlets seems to have several "normal" looking outlets on a circuit with just one outlet that has the buttons to reset it that switch power on and off for all the outlets on the circuit.