UPDATED: Kelly administration to keep gender marker policy intact; Kobach promises court fight


(Updated to include comments from Republican leadership, MainStream Coalition)

Gov. Laura Kelly's administration will keep intact its policy for allowing transgender Kansans to change gender markers on birth certificates and driver’s licenses to correspond with their gender identity.

The governor's decision runs counter to Republican Attorney General Kris Kobach's view that a new state law - called the Women's Bill of Rights - requires birth certificates and driver's licenses to show someone's sex assigned at birth. The attorney general promises a court fight.

The governor announced that the Department of Revenue and the Department of . . .


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