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Arkansas lawmakers have overridden their own governor's veto of a bill barring transgender youth from accessing gender-affirming treatments.
Arkansas is poised to become the first state to penalize doctors who prescribe gender-affirming medical treatments to trans youth.
Tennessee becomes third state barring transgender youth from competing in sports based on their gender identity.
Lawmakers are expected to take up at least 9 of 11 bills targeting transgender youth and same-sex couples.
Bill also prevents Medicaid and private insurance from covering costs of transition-related treatments.
Sen. Tom Whatley offered an amendment, ultimately rejected, to exempt therapists from ban on gender-affirming care
Marie Willa says a ban on gender-affirming care will only drive the number of trans youth suicides higher.
Senator repeats right-wing talking points objecting to hormonal and surgical interventions for trans youth
In addition to penalizing doctors, bill would force school officials to inform parents if their child's gender-nonconformity
Measures seek to bar trans athletes from competition and deny transition-related care to minors
California’s Department of Insurance has issued an opinion clarifying that, under existing law, health insurance companies operating in the state may not deny coverage for...
LGBTQ advocates call on Gov. Brad Little to veto the measure
Lead sponsor originally wanted to introduce a bill to ban gender-affirming treatments to trans youth
Judge finds that plaintiffs are likely to prove exclusion violates various civil rights statutes
Apple, Hilton, Microsoft and others say they are "deeply concerned" about legislation targeting LGBTQ people