Trans Health Equality Act to make it to Gov. Moore's desk
Transgender Marylanders will soon be able to receive additional gender-affirming procedures under the state's Medicaid program. The Trans Health Equity Act (THEA) passed 93-39 in the House of Delegates. Gov. Wes Moore has pledged to sign it into law. The bill would take effect on Jan. 1, 2024.
Published 2 months ago · Baltimore, United States
Maryland legislature passes Trans Health Equity Act
Transgender Marylanders will soon be able to receive additional gender-affirming procedures under the state’s Medicaid program, following lawmakers’ passage of a key piece of legislation this week. The Maryland General Assembly on Thursday evening voted to send the Trans Health Equity Act (THEA) to Gov. Wes Moore’s desk, where he is expected to sign it into law. The House of Delegates voted 93-39 to advance the measure. Moore has pledged to sig…
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