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Missouri attorney general urges Kansas City police to enforce transgender care restrictions law

  • Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey has threatened legal action against Kansas City if its police department does not enforce a new law banning transgender health care for minors.
  • Bailey's letter follows the Kansas City Council's approval of a resolution designating the city as an LGBTQ+ sanctuary city, which stated that the city would not prosecute or fine anyone seeking, providing, or receiving gender-affirming care.
  • Kansas City's police chief, Stacey Graves, argued in response that the law banning transgender health care for minors was outside the police department's jurisdiction because it did not pertain to criminal conduct.
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