Federal Judge Sarah Geraghty ruled this week that Georgia may resume enforcing its ban on hormone replacement therapy for transgender youth, putting her previous order blocking the ban on hold. Attorney General Chris Carr had asked the judge to reconsider her first order.
The ruling comes after a federal appeals court granted neighboring Alabama the ability to enforce a similar restriction last month and as Republican-led states across the country seek to prohibit gender transition treatment for people under 18-years-old.
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