Judge refuses to allow Kansas to change gender markers on driver’s license


Gov. Laura Kelly's administration lost a round in court Wednesday to reinstate a policy allowing transgender Kansans to change their gender markers on driver's licenses.

Judge Teresa Watson denied the state's request to dissolve her temporary restraining order, which was issued on Monday without a hearing or input from the state.

Watson didn't rule on the larger issue of issuing a temporary injunction, although her opinion provides a sense of where . . .


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