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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...
Lawyers outline arguments for why the high court should recognize LGBTQ workplace protections in federal law
Lawsuit argues that the exemption violates federal law and threatens patients' ability to access health care
Bill would prohibit religiously-motivated discrimination against prospective parents, including same-sex couples
Lawsuit claims law prohibiting taxpayer dollars from covering gender confirmation surgery is unconstitutional
HHS-granted waiver allows agencies to turn away same-sex couples and others based on agencies' religious beliefs
Supreme Court refuses to hear lawsuit brought by students who object to sharing facilities with trans students
Shelters would be allowed to skirt Equal Access Rule by housing people based on their biological sex at birth
Gregory Angelo says the Equality Act doesn't provide enough religious exemptions, but legal organizations disagree
Bill is one of six anti-LGBTQ measures being pushed by lawmakers that LGBTQ advocates call the "slate of hate"
Bill seeks to ensure "religious freedom" is not used as a justification for discrimination