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Department of Labor guidance instructs insurers to remove all costs associated with PrEP, including lab tests and clinic visits
The Biden administration will adopt precautions to ensure health care providers and hospitals are not denying care to LGBTQ patients.
Virginia Del. Glenn Davis is suing to find out who is behind anti-LGBTQ texts attacking him ahead of the Virginia GOP's upcoming convention.
Tenth of trans Americans forced to access unlicensed hormones, with insurance access and denial blamed
Man says staffer outed him to other clients and insisted he list his assigned sex at birth on paperwork
Specific questions would force Kamala Harris and Mike Pence to be candid about their stances on LGBTQ issues
Government had sought to repeal part of the Affordable Care Act defining gender identity discrimination as sex discrimination
Lawsuit alleges that rule is unlawful, and will lead to further discrimination against LGBTQ patients and marginalized population
Court's continued erosion of reproductive rights could enable employers to deny insurance coverage to LGBTQ employees
Lawsuit argues that rolling back protections will harm LGBTQ people, and overly burden the organizations that serve them
HHS's revised rule on sex-based discrimination also flies in the face of the Supreme Court's views on sex discrimination
Final rule rolling back LGBTQ protections drops on fourth anniversary of Pulse nightclub massacre
HHS has long prioritized excluding transgender people from health care nondiscrimination protections
Judge finds that plaintiffs are likely to prove exclusion violates various civil rights statutes
LGBTQ organizations have slammed the proposed changes, which would enable discrimination against transgender people