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Tennessee's governor has signed a bill allowing students to sue for "emotional harm" if they see a trans person using a multi-user restroom.
Kansas Republicans failed to override Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly's veto of a measure to bar transgender athletes from women's sports.
The Justice Department says it has an interest in ensuring trans inmates are not sexually assaulted and receive gender-affirming health care.
Arkansas lawmakers have expanded the state's trans athlete ban to allow the attorney general to sue transgender-affirming schools.
North Carolina lawmakers are pushing several anti-trans health care bills, including one that would force teachers to "out" trans students.
Bill would also restrict transgender students to using facilities matching their assigned sex at birth or single-stall accommodations.
LGBTQ gun reform group rejects claims that prosecuting NRA leaders is an attack on Second Amendment
LGBTQ advocates say the two laws place burdensome and unconstitutional restrictions on transgender people
Ordinance is crafted to protect against an expected legal challenge from conservative anti-LGBTQ forces
Bill would allow cisgender female athletes to sue if they lost competitions or opportunities because of transgender inclusion
More than 1,800 parents of transgender children condemn "mean-spirited" bills as politically-motivated attack
If granted, class action status would allow all LGBTQ widows denied survivor benefits to avoid filing separate but identical lawsuits
Conservative groups say ordinances preventing discrimination "punish" them for their religious beliefs opposing homosexuality
On Monday afternoon, a federal court in Washington blocked the Trump administration’s planned implementation of a ban prohibiting transgender individuals from serving in the U.S....
HB 1523 condones anti-LGBTQ discrimination based on three specific religious beliefs