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NYLAG presenta comentarios en oposición a los cambios propuestos a la regla de 'discriminación sexual'

Nos oponemos con vehemencia a los cambios propuestos por la administración Trump. Eliminar la identidad de género de la definición de discriminación sexual de la ACA es ilegal y arbitrario. Enviamos comentarios públicos este verano, destacando el grave impacto que estos cambios tendrían en las personas transgénero y no conformes con el género en todo Estados Unidos.

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