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6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals restores professor's lawsuit over being compelled to refer to student using female pronouns
Law in question required transgender people to undergo surgery in order to change the gender marker on their IDs
Amicus briefs urge courts to strike down law prohibiting trans athletes from competing in women's sports
Court finds Ohio's policy, which was made more restrictive in 2016, "does not pass constitutional muster"
Parents claim the state's policy for changing the gender marker on trans people's birth certificates is unconstitutional
Judge finds law specifically excludes trans athletes, and subjects female athletes to invasive genetic testing and possible bullying
Lawyers say the granting of "one single waiver" doesn't negate the harm done by the ban on transgender military personnel
The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Maryland, and FreeState Justice have filed a motion to intervene in a lawsuit against the Frederick County...
Lawyers representing a 15-year-old Maryland girl and her mother have sued the Frederick County (Md.) School Board over a policy that allows transgender students to...
Lawyers representing five anonymous transgender service members with nearly 60 years of combined military service have filed a federal lawsuit to block the Trump administration...
A Minnesota transgender teenager will be allowed to continue using the girls’ locker room after a right-wing, anti-LGBTQ group withdrew its lawsuit seeking to have her...
In a move likely to be repeated for other lawsuits involving transgender issues, a federal judge in Minnesota has suspended a lawsuit from a parents...
In a first-of-its-kind move, a federal appeals court has slapped down an Ohio school district that wants to force an 11-year-old transgender female student to use the...