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Assistant Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said recent bills targeting the trans community are motivated by fear and misunderstanding.
The U.S. Senate made history when it confirmed Dr. Rachel Levine, a transgender woman, as Assistant Secretary of Health at HHS.
Congressman calls failure of health officials to collect data a form of "systemic homophobia."
Sixty-six members of Congress have called on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to reverse a Trump administration rule that allows federally-funded social...
Pennsylvania's Secretary of Health is the first transgender person nominated to a Senate-confirmable position
Rule builds upon past actions seeking to grant social service agencies license to discriminate
Injunction prevents health care providers from claiming religious exemptions to justify denying treatment to vulnerable populations
Advocates say eliminating data on marginalized groups makes it harder to ensure positive outcomes for youth in foster care
HHS waiver is part of a "pattern of discrimination" on the part of the Trump administration aimed at limiting the rights and freedoms of LGBTQ...
Government had sought to repeal part of the Affordable Care Act defining gender identity discrimination as sex discrimination
Lawsuit alleges that rule is unlawful, and will lead to further discrimination against LGBTQ patients and marginalized population
Final rule rolling back LGBTQ protections drops on fourth anniversary of Pulse nightclub massacre
Senators say more data on COVID-19's impact on LGBTQ people is needed to ensure an appropriate response
Advocates say lack of data will hamper efforts to find youth in foster care permanent placements
Government argued it isn't responsible for Miracle Hill's refusal to work with same-sex couples and others