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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.
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.
The State Department will issue a third gender option for U.S. passports, and will no longer require proof of surgery to change a gender marker.
Montana's governor signs law requiring trans people to prove they've undergone surgery in order to change their birth certificates.
Department of Public Instruction changes PowerSchool electronic record system at urging of LGBTQ advocates, parents, and teachers.
ACLU has reportedly been discussing updating federal policy with the administration
Outcry over co-owner's Facebook posts prompts larger discussion about transgender inclusion in gender-specific spaces
Law in question required transgender people to undergo surgery in order to change the gender marker on their IDs
18 of 23 misgendered victims were incorrectly identified in official police reports
Parents claim the state's policy for changing the gender marker on trans people's birth certificates is unconstitutional
Myra Lebron says the Illinois Department of Employment Security refuses to recognize her legal name change
Judge had previously warned Idaho lawmakers not to disobey an order she issued two years ago
Lawsuit alleges policy violates nonbinary people's right to equal protection under law and their freedom from compelled speech
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