Manning first came to public scrutiny and was incarcerated for leaking classified information. She aims to use that attention to shed light on the struggles trans people face in U.S. prisons.
Monday on Political Rewind: It's Crossover Day under the Dome. Today, several high profile bills are on the line at the Legislature. Our panel breaks down the latest.
Friday on Political Rewind: Sports gambling, Buckhead City, and Georgia's "Don't Say Gay" bills failed in the state Senate.
Meanwhile, the House passed an expanded mental health services bill.
State lawmakers also passed a separate measure prohibiting early classroom instruction on sexual and gender identity, a bill critics have dubbed "Don't Say Gay."
Lawmakers voted to override GOP Gov. Spencer Cox's veto of legislation banning transgender youth athletes from playing on girls teams. The move comes amid a nationwide culture war over trans issues.
The bills would prohibit gender reassignment surgery for minors and ban trans athletes from playing on girls sports teams. Republican Gov. Doug Ducey has not said whether he will sign either bill.
Instead of attending SXSW 2022, the popular audio-only social app says it will hold its panel "The Power of Voice" on its platform, a spokesperson said.
Judge's order stops short of preventing the state from looking into other reports about children receiving similar care.
Thursday on Political Rewind: How will a deeply divided electorate respond to the Russian invasion of Ukraine? Also, our panel discussed the role women on both sides of the aisle are playing in this year’s election — as candidates, organizers and voters.
The next few months could see critical race theory banned and transgender student athletes sidelined if Gov. Brian Kemp gets his way.
Georgia has joined 19 other Republican-led states in suing the Biden administration over directives allowing transgender workers and students to use bathrooms and locker rooms and join sports teams matching their gender identity.
As part of civil lawsuit settlement, the New Jersey Department of Corrections has agreed to make it customary for prisoners to be assigned a prison stay in line with their gender identity.
Americans strongly support trans service members being in the military — even as they say trans athletes should compete according to the sex listed on their birth certificates.
Do transgender women and girls have a constitutional right to play on women's sports teams? That question was argued before the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday.
"I think people fear what they don't understand," says Levine, assistant secretary for health and the first openly transgender person to serve in a Senate-confirmed position.