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Maine Senate Kills Transgender-Bathrooms Bill

The Maine Senate has voted to kill legislation addressing the use of public restrooms by transgender individuals, a bill that…

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California governor signs transgender-student bill

California on Monday became the first state to enshrine certain rights for transgender kindergarten-through-12th grade students in state law, requiring…

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Terrorism…Transgender Bathrooms, Chris Christie, and Greg Abbott

Republican presidential nominee (cringing already, aren’t you?) Chris Christie is campaigning in New Hampshire this month, where he barely speaks…

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South Dakota could be first state to ban transgender students in some restrooms

South Dakota could become the first state to ban transgender students from using restrooms of the gender they identify with.

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Alabama City: Use Bathrooms Matching Biological Sex or Face 6 Months in Jail

Transgender people in Oxford, Alabama, could now face six months in jail for using restrooms labeled for the gender with…

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Free to Be You and Me and Pee

The following is a tale of unintended consequences.

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North Carolina Sues U.S. Justice Department in Defense of HB2

North Carolina has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Justice Department to defend House Bill 2, a law that bans…

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North Carolina’s Bathroom Law: Where Does It Go Now?

Get ready for a likely U.S. Supreme Court showdown over North Carolina's so-called bathroom law. Nobody is sure when, but…

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Texas Governor: Obama Turning ‘Constitution on its Head’ with Transgender Bathroom Guidance

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Monday that the White House guidance on transgender bathrooms in schools is unconstitutional and the…

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Senators Tell the Feds to Stay Out of School Bathrooms

A group of Republican senators rejected the Obama Administration's guidelines on transgender students and bathrooms, arguing that schools should be…

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