- Hawaii Gov. David Ige (D) late last week signed into law a trio of bills protecting the fundamental rights of LGBTQ+ Hawaiians.
- One of the measures prevents health insurance companies from discriminating against transgender people seeking gender-affirming medical care.
- A second piece of legislation states that Hawaiian citizens may not be excluded from juries because of their gender identity or gender expression, and
- a third establishes a state LGBTQ+ commission to better serve LGBTQ+ people in Hawaii.
Two words could probably suffice for this >>> Stay away.
Hawaii governor signs transgender protections into law