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EPPC Kate O’Beirne Senior Fellow Mary Rice Hasson and Fellow Rachel N. Morrison met with federal government officials to discuss concerns over a proposal by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA) to remove the current exclusion for “gender alterations” from its medical benefits package. The scholars objected to the VA’s characterization that such care is “medically necessary” and that it is “consistent with medical industry standards.”



EPPC Scholars Meet with Federal Officials to Discuss Concerns Over Upcoming Title IX Rule

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EPPC fellows Rachel N. Morrison and Mary Hasson met with federal government officials to discuss concerns over an upcoming proposed rule by the Department of Education that would impact Title IX regulations. EPPC scholars shared eight major points of concern, including the harms of redefining “sex discrimination” to include “gender identity.”



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On January 27, 2022, EPPC scholars Ryan T. Anderson, Roger Severino, Rachel N. Morrison, and Mary Rice Hasson submitted a public…



EPPC Scholars File Ninth Circuit Brief Supporting Challenge to Washington Law Effectively Mandating “Gender-Affirmation-Only” Therapy…

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This week, EPPC Kate O’Beirne Fellow Mary Rice Hasson and EPPC President Ryan T. Anderson filed an amicus curiae brief in a case challenging a law in Washington state that effectively mandates that therapists serving minors use a “gender-affirmation-only” approach and that denies effective psychotherapy to minors seeking psychological help to explore alternative pathways, including the possibility of desisting from a transgender identity.


Publications / December 16, 2021