Indiana residents speak out on proposed ID rule to update gender options

By : Wire Report
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ABOVE: Branch of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles. (Photo by Huw Williams, From Wikimedia Commons)

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) | Indiana residents spoke out at a hearing about a proposed rule regarding a policy that allows residents who do not identify as male or female to choose a nonbinary option on driver’s licenses.

The Bureau of Motor Vehicles’ (BMV) new rule would require nonbinary applicants to go through the Indiana State Department of Health to change gender on licenses and identification cards, but State Attorney General Curtis Hill stalled the measure in September because the public wasn’t sufficiently notified.

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