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Friday, July 5, 2024 | Back issues
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Gender procedures

TYLER, Texas — A federal court in Texas granted Texas and Montana’s request to stay a Health and Human Services rule that would have required health care providers and states to perform and pay for gender-transition procedures, else they’d lose federal funding. The court says the federal government is “attempting to impose a sweeping new social policy by manipulating and perverting the statutory text that constrains” the agencies.

Read the ruling here.

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