Dr. Jack Turban

child and adolescent psychiatry fellow at Stanford University; co-editor of “Pediatric Gender Identity: Gender-affirming Care for Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth”

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Mississippi’s Republican Governor Tate Reeves signed a bill earlier this month that prohibits trans girls from participating in girls’ sports.

Health care access for transgender youth: Dozens of states propose or enact legislation to make it tougher

Mississippi’s Republican Governor Tate Reeves signed a bill earlier this month that prohibits trans girls from participating in girls’ sports.

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