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Attorney General William Barr says allowing trans athletes to compete in women's sports is "fundamentally unfair to female athletes"
Final rule rolling back LGBTQ protections drops on fourth anniversary of Pulse nightclub massacre
Professional athletes, student-athletes, and civil rights groups say NCAA shouldn't reward Idaho for violating its own guidelines on inclusion
Government argues that Philadelphia's decision to cut ties with Catholic Social Services was religious discrimination
Stephens' case could determine whether the Civil Rights Act protects against anti-trans discrimination
Government argued it isn't responsible for Miracle Hill's refusal to work with same-sex couples and others
LGBTQ advocates say the two laws place burdensome and unconstitutional restrictions on transgender people
Court will decide whether child placement agencies that discriminate based on religion are entitled to taxpayer funds
Lawsuit claims Connecticut's policy violates Title IX by disadvantaging biological females in sports
Lawsuit challenges "safe third country" policy that puts asylum seekers into similar circumstances that caused them to flee
The ACLU represented Grimm while he was suing his school district over its trans-exclusive restroom policy
A federal court judge has ruled that four transgender individuals may move forward with a lawsuit against the Ohio Department of Health for its policy...
6th Circuit also ruled that Kentucky must pay $224,000 in legal fees to couples who sued
A federal judge held a preliminary hearing in a lawsuit challenging Alabama’s policy requiring any transgender individual to undergo gender confirmation surgery in order to...
An Iowa judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought on behalf of two transgender Medicaid recipients that challenges Iowa’s law allowing local governments and state agencies...