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Ashley Diamond claims Georgia Department of Corrections has failed to abide by terms of an earlier 2016 settlement
Plaintiff was forced to register as a sex offender for a 20-year-old conviction for consensual oral sex under a now-unconstitutional law
A federal judge has ruled that the U.S. Social Security Administration’s categorical denial of survivor’s benefits to surviving same-sex partners who were barred from marrying...
Lawsuit alleges policy violates nonbinary people's right to equal protection under law and their freedom from compelled speech
Taylor Scruggs is seeking his job back and asking the Unified Police Department to adopt trans-friendly policies
Judge rules prohibition on discussing homosexuality in health class violates LGBTQ students' right to equal protections
Layleen Polanco's family alleges prison officials didn't ensure she received proper medical care for her epilepsy
A Georgia school superintendent finds himself under pressure from dueling sides as he prepares to make a decision about whether to allow transgender students to...
Judge rules the Fourteenth Amendment and Title IX both protect transgender students from discrimination
Death sentence remains in place despite allegations jurors chose death penalty instead of life in prison
The Gloucester County School Board will debate changing its policy on transgender restroom use on Feb. 19
Skyler Jay argues that exclusions for transition-related care should be removed from employer health plans
The 8th U.S Circuit Court of Appeals has refused to hear the appeal of a South Dakota gay prisoner who claims he was sentenced to...
Judge rules allowing student to use boys' restroom "poses no threat to the privacy or safety of any of his fellow students"
School district argues that students' restroom use needs to be dictated by the gender listed on their birth certificates