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Education Secretary claims Education Department has been "diligent" in investigating "any" allegations of discrimination
Companies argue anti-LGBTQ policies will harm ability to retain quality employees and do business in certain areas
Lower court found that allowing Drew Adams to use boys' restroom "poses no threat to privacy or safety" of other students
The Gloucester County School Board will debate changing its policy on transgender restroom use on Feb. 19
Skyler Jay argues that exclusions for transition-related care should be removed from employer health plans
Lawsuit argues cisgender students are threatened and harmed by having to share facilities with transgender students
A group of parents of transgender children has written a letter to President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence blasting a recent administration proposal...
Government's proposed definition of gender is an attempt to reverse Obama-era expansion of transgender legal rights
Zelda Menefee says daily harassment, threats, and physical assaults forced her to quit school in 2016
But four of the 12 judges say it's still unclear whether Title IX requires schools to adopt such policies
Judge rules allowing student to use boys' restroom "poses no threat to the privacy or safety of any of his fellow students"
School district argues that students' restroom use needs to be dictated by the gender listed on their birth certificates
Law will ensure students are not denied access to programs or extracurricular activities because of their LGBTQ identity
3rd Circuit court finds allowing transgender students to use single-sex facilities does not violate cisgender students' privacy
Judge previously found that district's policy violated Max Brennan's rights under Title IX