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New York proposes bill to simplify the self-ID process for trans people

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The New York Senate has recently passed a bill that strives to make the process of changing gender markers on legal ID documents easier for trans citizens, as well as removing the need for trans people to obtain medical approval before doing so.

Senate Bill S4402B was first introduced by senator Brad Hoylman and assembly member Daniel O’Donnell, with the aim to amend the “civil rights law to update the publication requirement following a name change on a birth certificate.”Brad HoylmanHoylman, the only out gay member of the New York Senate, explained the bill on Twitter, saying it “makes it easier for transgender, gender non-conforming, non-binary & intersex NYers to update & obtain government-issued ID documents that accurately reflect.

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