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.
Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach filed a lawsuit against Gov. Laura Kelly Friday over what gender people can have on their birth certificates and state-issued IDs.
Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach on Thursday promised to see Gov. Laura Kelly in court after she said state agencies will continue to support residents who seek gender-affirming birth certificates and driver’s licenses.
Transgender Kansans who legally changed the gender on their drivers’ licenses or birth certificates will soon see them changed back by the state, Attorney General Kris Kobach said.
Attorney General Kris Kobach aligned Kansas with Texas and Oklahoma in a lawsuit crafted to block the federal government’s listing of the wild, colorful lesser prairie chicken under the Endangered Species Act.
Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach plans to sue President Joe Biden’s administration over the lesser prairie chicken, calling federal protections for the bird illegal and potentially devastating to landowners and businesses in the state.
Attorney General-elect Kris Kobach’s campaign for U.S. Senate in 2020 violated federal election law by accepting and failing to report an in-kind corporate donation in the form of under-market rental of the We Build the Wall’s 295,000-person donor list.
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