Georgia can resume enforcing its new law banning hormone treatments for transgender children, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
Four Georgia families filed a lawsuit Thursday asking a federal court to bar the enforcement of Georgia's ban on gender-affirming healthcare.
If elected, Sarah McBride, 32, would be the first transgender person to serve in Congress. She is running for the at-large seat held by Democratic Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester.
At midnight on June 30, transgender minors in Georgia who are not already receiving hormone treatments will be barred from starting due to a controversial law passed by the state legislature along party lines this March.
The film, which shows a relationship between a married man and a transgender woman, has opened in the U.S.. It's won awards and raves. But in Pakistan's trans community, some see a possible downside.
The show is taking on added significance, amid Gov. Brian Kemp's recent signing of a bill that restricts gender-affirming care for children.
World Athletics Council said they prioritize fairness and the integrity of female track and field competitions, rather than inclusion. The ruling could hinder several Olympic medalists.
Wednesday at Political Rewind: The Legislature passed Senate Bill 140, which would block gender-affirming care for transgender minors. Will Gov. Brian Kemp sign the bill? Meanwhile: Lt. Gov. Burt Jones is pushing a bill on hospitals in rural Georgia that could benefit his family's business.
The Georgia Senate gave a final stamp of approval to a bill that would ban most types of gender-affirming care for transgender minors. Senate Bill 140 would prohibit doctors from prescribing hormone replacement therapy to transgender people under age 18. The bill also bans gender-affirming surgeries for minors.
The law, which takes effect July 1, is among dozens of Republican proposals pushing back against transgender rights in statehouses across the U.S.
The House Public Health Committee passed a controversial bill that would restrict gender affirming medical care for transgender minors on Day 33. Senate Bill 140, sponsored by Sen. Carden Summers (R - Cordele) would ban hospitals and doctors from treating transgender people under age 18 with surgeries and hormone replacement therapy.
A bill that would bar transgender youth from receiving gender-affirming medical care passed the Senate Health and Human Services Committee on Day 21.
Florida's medical boards have voted to ban gender-affirming care for transgender youth. Families with trans children and medical providers who care for them are worried about the impact.
Writers--some with bylines in the Times — and LGBTQ advocates have signed open letters accusing the paper of biased coverage.
Friday on Political Rewind: Released Atlanta police bodycam videos are stoking controversy over what happened the morning an activist was killed and a state trooper was wounded. Plus, Gov. Brian Kemp's inauguration featured a lavish ball, but his team won't reveal who paid for it.