The page lawsuit , filed in the US District Court in Santa Clara County, California, argues the rule sends a message to health care providers around the country that they should limit or stop providing abortion care and sex reassignment or risk losing vital government funding. This, the advocates behind the suit argue, will make abortion and transgender services even less available in rural areas where state laws make it increasingly difficult to access that care. The rule also gives them a clear avenue to report this discrimination. If a hospital or health care organization receives too many of these complaints, they could lose their federal funding, a funding stream that many health care providers rely on for their survival. It is not scheduled to take effect until July.
Supreme Court leaves Pennsylvania school transgender student bathroom policy in place
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A journalist is one of three transgender women who have been murdered in Honduras over the last week. The Washington Blade on Monday received pictures that showed doctors treating Carvajal at the hospital while she was laying on a stretcher. Indyra Mendoza, general coordinator of Cattrachas, a lesbian feminist network based in the Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa, on Monday confirmed Carvajal was trans. Violence, along with discrimination and poverty, has prompted many trans Hondurans to migrate to the U.
Trump Got What He Wanted — Transgender Soldiers Are Now Banned From The Military
Carla M. After prevailing in four court battles, at least for now, the Pentagon released a directive in March to prohibit service members who appear transgender or act transgender by failing to meet grooming, uniform, and other military standards for their birth sex. People in the military who came out as transgender between and today can remain in the forces under a grandfather clause. Transgender service members should, as is the case with all personnel, receive the medical care they need.
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