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Gender-Affirming Procedures

An Iowa appeals court affirmed that the state need not pay attorneys' fees to plaintiffs who successfully challenged a rule denying Medicaid coverage for sex-reassignment surgery.

DES MOINES, Iowa – An Iowa appeals court affirmed that the state need not pay attorneys' fees to plaintiffs who successfully challenged a rule denying Medicaid coverage for sex-reassignment surgery.

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