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Montgomery County Transgender Discrimination Ordinance Takes Effect

Published by on September 15, 2008

According to the Washington Post, a ruling by the Court of Appeals in Maryland overturning a referendum has allowed the Montgomery County ordinance prohibiting transgender discrimination to take effect.  The story is here.  The Maryland Court of Appeal’s per curiam order is here.  The County Council news release about the ruling is here.  Our original […]

According to the Washington Post, a ruling by the Court of Appeals in Maryland overturning a referendum has allowed the Montgomery County ordinance prohibiting transgender discrimination to take effect.  The story is here.  The Maryland Court of Appeal’s per curiam order is here.  The County Council news release about the ruling is here.  Our original post about the ordinance is here.

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