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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.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will pursue a rule change to allow transgender veterans to receive medically necessary surgery.
The Department of Education has said that transgender students have the right to be protected from sex discrimination under federal law.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has withdrawn Trump-era changes to rules governing transgender access to shelters.
The NCAA Board of Governors has reaffirmed its commitment that championship host sites should not have laws targeting trans or LGB athletes.
National and local organizations will hold various events on Wednesday, March 31, to mark the International Transgender Day of Visibility.
Mara Keisling, the executive director of the National Center for Transgender Equality, will be retiring from her post sometime this summer.
A coalition of 16 LGBTQ organizations has launched the Freedom and Opportunity for All campaign urging passage of the Equality Act
Landmark domestic violence bill receives bipartisan support, but many Republicans object to its LGBTQ-inclusive provisions,
Republicans across the country have fixated on transgender participation in sports
Sweeping LGBTQ rights legislation is expected to pass the House easily, but faces an uncertain fate in U.S. Senate
Executive orders seek to reverse some of the Trump administration's more controversial policy decisions
Pennsylvania's Secretary of Health is the first transgender person nominated to a Senate-confirmable position
Justices allow lower court rulings finding trans kids do not threaten privacy of cisgender peers to stand
A new memo says military has infrastructure in place to rapidly reverse restrictions on transgender service