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DOJ Files Complaint Against North Carolina to Stop Discrimination Against Transgender Individuals

Politics
DOJ filed a complaint against the state of North Carolina, the University of North Carolina and the North Carolina Department of Public Safety alleging discrimination against transgender individuals. ...
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Anti-Trans Bathroom Bill Passes in South Dakota, Governor Urged to Veto

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The South Dakota Senate passed House Bill 1008, a bill that prevents trans students from accessing restrooms and single-sex facilities that correspond with their gender identity. ...
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Gender Identity ‘Bathroom Bill’ Under Attack in Washington State, 4-3 Vote

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With a 4-3 vote, a bill that would eliminate Washington’s new rule to allow transgender people to use bathrooms and locker rooms in public buildings consistent with their identity passed out of Senate. ...
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Public Accommodation Critical to Transgender Health, Study

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Currently, 18 states and the District of Columbia have gender identity nondiscrimination laws in employment, housing, public education, and business/credit. ...
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​Lawmakers Could Criminalize Use of Public Facilities by Transgender Floridians

State Rep. Frank Artiles, R-Miami-Dade, wants to require people using single-sex public facilities to be able to prove their gender or face arrest if they cannot.
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Rep. Frank Artiles, R-Miami-Dade, wants to require people using single-sex public facilities to be able to prove their gender or face arrest if they cannot. ...
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Working to End Gender Identity Discrimination in Seattle

Marsha Botzer, founder of Ingersoll Gender Center, addressed union leaders and other local authorities on issues of gender-identity-based discrimination. Photo: Clare McGrane
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Marsha Botzer, founder of Ingersoll Gender Center, said that support from her union and co-workers were essential to her transition. ...
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