Transgender Kansans allowed to intervene in gender marker case


Shawnee County District Judge Teresa Watson on Friday agreed to allow five transgender Kansans to intervene in a lawsuit challenging a state policy allowing gender marker changes on driver's licenses.

Watson issued an eight-page ruling that allowed Adam Kellogg, Kathryn Redman, Juliana Ophelia Gonzales-Wahl, Doe No. 1 and Doe No. 2 to intervene in the lawsuit brought by Republican Attorney General Kris Kobach.

Kobach had opposed allowing them to intervene, arguing that the case was . . .


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