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Montana Strikes Down Anti-Trans Ballot Measure

July 9, 2018
The LGBTQ rights community is celebrating the defeat of I-183, the proposed ballot measure that would have prevented transgender Montanans from using facilities consistent with their gender identity. ...
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Pine-Richland Student Wins Fight to Use the Right Bathroom Matching Her Gender

August 6, 2017
Lambda Legal has reached a settlement with the Pine-Richland School District, forcing the district to end a discriminatory, anti-transgender policy that prevented transgender students from using the bathroom that matches who they are. ...
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LGBT Advocates Issue Revised Guidelines for Hospitals Treating Transgender Patients

May 25, 2016
An update has been released to the 2013 publication that provided guidance to hospitals seeking to improve health care for transgender patients. ...
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Minnesota-Based Target Reiterates Stance Allowing Guests to Use Facilities Matching Gender Identity

April 28, 2016
Though Target’s transgender bathroom policy isn't new, the company has reiterated it to the public. ...
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Washington Won’t Discriminate Coalition Launched to Defeat Anti-Trans I-1515

April 28, 2016
Washington Won't Discriminate
Law enforcement, clergy, businesses leaders, transgender Washingtonians families and others launched the No on I-1515 campaign Thursday. ...
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Anti-Gay Laws Cause UK to Issue Foreign Travel Warning for the U.S.

April 26, 2016
The UK Foreign Office updated a foreign travel advice warning to British citizens about the United States. ...
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Fourth Circuit Rules to Protect Virginia Transgender High School Student Under Title IX

April 20, 2016
A court ruled that student Gavin Grimm can proceed to challenge the school board’s restroom policy of separating transgender students from their peers. ...
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Seattle Mayor Signs Executive Order Affirming Protections for Transgender Community

March 10, 2016
Mayor Ed Murray signed an Executive Order instructing the Office for Civil Rights to develop uniform guidance and training for front-line City staff on how to best continue providing safe and inclusive spaces for residents, including transgender and gender-diverse people. ...
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Seattle Mayor Announces Executive Order Protecting Transgender Rights

March 7, 2016
Mayor Ed Murray will sign an Executive Order instructing the Office for Civil Rights to provide guidance and training to City departments on the all-gender public accommodation ordinance.

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