Trans? Need to use the bathroom? Not if the potty police in these six states have anything to do about it!
Kentucky's so-called 'Bathroom Bully Bill' died in the House, despite a last-minute scramble to tack it onto unrelated legislation.
We've boiled hundreds of pages of legal briefs down to just five main arguments you need to know.
The couples filed legal briefs Friday, and their case is likely to be heard in April.
If passed, the bill would prohibit trans students from accessing the restroom or locker room that corresponds with their gender identity.
Get up to speed on the complex state of marriage equality in Kentucky.
Last week Senator C.B. Embry, Jr. introduced an antitrans bill to Senate, declaring that removing trans students from same-sex facilities is an "emergency."