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Trans youth in Florida can no longer start gender-affirming care, pushing families toward difficult decisions

A Florida board of medicine rule is now in effect, barring gender-affirming care for minors who have not yet begun treatment. A legal challenge in federal court is expected.

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‘Enough is enough’: L.A. school district workers demand historic raise during three-day strike

Teachers in the nation’s second-largest school district joined bus drivers, cafeteria workers and  paraprofessionals in a “sympathy strike,” resulting in over 65,000 personnel absences and bringing classes to a halt.

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