The state will no longer recognize transgender Kansans’ identities, reversing birth records back to assigned sex at birth and halting future modifications of birth certificates following a federal judge’s ruling.
A judge granted AG Kris Kobach’s request to significantly undermine provisions of a 2019 consent judgment granting transgender people born in Kansas the right to amend birth certificates to match their gender identities.
A district judge has granted a motion allowing transgender Kansans to intervene in AG Kris Kobach’s lawsuit that would require Kansas driver’s licenses to list an individual’s sex assigned at birth instead of their gender.
Kansas AG Kris Kobach says state authorities reviewing alleged crimes associated with the raid of a Marion newspaper are interested in whether someone breached the Kansas Criminal Justice Information System.
A judge said Wednesday she would quickly respond to a request by transgender Kansans to intervene in a lawsuit filed by AG Kris Kobach seeking affirmation of his belief a new state law required driver’s licenses to reflect a person’s sex assigned at birth.
Abortion providers are suing over a handful of new and old abortion restrictions they say violate Kansans’ right to abortion. AG Kris Kobach says the rules are necessary.
AG Kris Kobach asserted in a new legal filing that a court order issued in the wake of a 2018 lawsuit brought by transgender Kansans did not render unconstitutional a new state law requiring birth certificates to reflect a person’s gender at birth.
A national civil rights organization focused on LGBTQ+ issues waded into a federal-court campaign by AG Kris Kobach to unravel a 2019 consent order guaranteeing transgender people could change gender markers on their Kansas birth certificates.
A judge rejected Wednesday a request to lift a temporary restraining order prohibiting the state from issuing driver’s licenses amended to reflect gender marker changes for transgender people.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas filed a motion Tuesday on behalf of transgender Kansans to intervene in a lawsuit initiated by Attorney General Kris Kobach to prohibit a state agency from processing requests to change gender markers on driver’s licenses.
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