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On Wednesday, Republicans in the Louisiana House of Representatives failed to amass the number of votes needed to override a veto of a bill that...
The Texas Senate passed a pair of bills to bar transgender athletes from competing on sports teams matching their gender identity.
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly (D) blasted an attempt by Republican lawmakers to attach a provision barring transgender athletes from sports teams aligning with their gender...
Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte has signed a third anti-LGBTQ bill into law, imposing restrictions on which sports transgender athletes can play.
The Supreme Court rejected an attempt by Texas to sue California for imposing a ban on state-funded travel to states with anti-LGBTQ laws.
Following through on an earlier promise, West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice signed a law banning trans athletes from competing in women's sports.
For the third time this year, South Carolina lawmakers have rejected a measure to ban transgender athletes from competing in women's sports.
Arkansas lawmakers have expanded the state's trans athlete ban to allow the attorney general to sue transgender-affirming schools.
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly has vetoed a bill seeking to ban transgender athletes from competing in sports under the guise of "fairness."
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards has come out in opposition to three proposed bills targeting trans athletes and health care for trans youth.
An Oklahoma lawmaker stands by comments that transgender people "have a mental illness" as he defends his push for a ban on trans athletes.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has promised to sign a bill barring trans students from competing in sports based on their gender identity.
The NCAA Board of Governors has reaffirmed its commitment that championship host sites should not have laws targeting trans or LGB athletes.
Current and former college athletes, and WNBA figures, are calling on the NCAA to move championships from states with anti-trans laws.
NCAA Mark Emmert opposes trans athlete bans, but won't say whether states with them will lose opportunities to host championship games.