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A trans man and woman have sued Montana over a new law requiring proof of surgery to change the gender marker on their birth certificates.
The Texas Senate passed a pair of bills to bar transgender athletes from competing on sports teams matching their gender identity.
New York has passed a law allowing trans and nonbinary New Yorkers to change their names and gender markers on vital documents and state IDs.
Montana's governor signs law requiring trans people to prove they've undergone surgery in order to change their birth certificates.
Court finds Ohio's policy, which was made more restrictive in 2016, "does not pass constitutional muster"
High court rejects Indiana AG Curtis Hill's challenge to appeals court decision in favor of lesbian couple
Curtis Hill is seeking to challenge Supreme Court precedent under a more conservative set of justices
Following Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, LGBTQ advocates are looking down the road at the possibility that a 6-3 conservative majority...
Poll finds that 60% of voters also support barring trans individuals from amending their birth certificates
Law would also close a loophole allowing registration of same-sex marriages and would ban LGBTQ couples from adopting
Judge had previously warned Idaho lawmakers not to disobey an order she issued two years ago
LGBTQ lawmakers had to revive bill banning gay or trans panic defense after Senate leaders killed it for expediency
California AG Xavier Becerra calls birth certificate and transgender athlete bills "plain and simple discrimination"
Lower court had refused to issue a court order to allow a trans woman to amend her birth certificate
Critics claim Wanda Vazquez consulted with Christian lawyers, and not LGBTQ advocates, before approving changes