(Updated to reflect new numbers provided late Tuesday by the Department of Revenue)
The gender markers on more than 1,300 Kansas birth certificates and driver's licenses have been changed since the state entered into a consent decree in 2019 allowing transgender people to correct their gender markers on those documents.
The state health department reported that 912 birth certificates have been changed from June 24, 2019 - the day the consent decree was announced - through Monday.
Meanwhile, the Department of Revenue reported 394 . . .