Just months after the passage of sweeping, statewide nondiscrimination statute protecting transgender people, Maryland announces that trans state employees will no longer face discrimination in insurance.
After learning his sister's death, Los Angeles Clippers player Reggie Bullock expressed sadness, praising his sibling for teaching him how to live his own life.
Since April 2013, three transgender women have been murdered in Baltimore, in crimes that bear some similarities to one another.
Out Maryland gubernatorial candidate Heather Mizeur lost the candidacy to Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown.
A former opinion editor at the right-wing Washington Times, Emily Miller, conducted an investigative report for a Fox affiliate where she spread unchallenged falsehoods about transgender people in a 'report' on Maryland's new nondiscrimination law.
With the stroke of a pen, Maryland becomes the 18th state to provide protections for transgender individuals statewide.
A conservative organization has announced its intent to challenge the state's recently-passed trans nondiscrimination bill despite the support of 71 percent of residents.
The bill, which would outlaw discrimination on the basis of gender identity in housing, education, and public accommodation, now goes to the governor, who has promised to sign it into law.
In an effort to defeat a popular employment, housing, and public accommodation nondiscrimination bill, opponents are resorting to frequently used, frequently debunked "bathroom panic" tactics.
The Maryland Senate passed a bill that would make the state the 18th in the nation to ban discrimination on the basis of gender identity.