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Iowa’s Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the state can no longer ban Medicaid recipients from receiving sex-reassignment surgeries through taxpayer funds, deeming the surgeries “medically necessary.”

The case began as a discrimination suit in a district court when two transgender women Eerieanna Good and Carol Beal sued the Iowa Department of Human Services over its administrative classification of transition-related surgeries as “cosmetic, reconstructive or plastic surgery.” The code excluded “surgeries for the purpose of sex reassignment,” writes The Blaze. The district court agreed with the plaintiff’s argument that the surgeries are necessary for the health of individuals […]


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