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A federal judge in Maryland has lifted the last remaining injunction preventing the Trump administration from implementing its preferred policy barring most transgender military personnel...
Gov. Gary Herbert slammed the ineffective practice ahead of a vote that would ban conversion therapy in the state
A prominent anti-LGBTQ religious group is seeking to overturn New Jersey’s ban on conversion therapy and other similar bans throughout the country. Earlier this month,...
Advocates score their first victory after the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announces it will not oppose measure
Democrats hope presence of special guests will highlight transgender service members' sacrifices and ability to serve
Rationale for partial injunction could be used to challenge or curtail other broad-based bans on conversion therapy
Activists celebrate two hard-won victories after more than a decade of obstruction
Evangelist's account was flagged for a 2016 post defending the push for North Carolina's HB 2 "bathroom bill"
Council denounces conversion therapy, and may approve a citywide ban in the next few months
Lawsuit argues that New Mexico's marriage ban unfairly hindered couple from meeting nine-month eligibility requirement
Federal judges have previously ruled plaintiffs have a likelihood of success in arguing ban is unconstitutional
Judge reiterates that "revised" plan to ban transgender service members isn't substantially different from a sweeping ban
Bill seeks to discipline therapists who attempt to forcibly change youth's sexual orientation or gender identity
Department of Justice tries to circumvent lower courts in an effort to expel transgender service members
A number of former military officers, veterans’ and civil rights organizations, women’s groups, military scholars and historians, and states have filed briefs supporting efforts to...