The Iowa Supreme Court Gives A Male Transgender Employee The Win On The Restroom Dispute and On Gender Reassignment Surgery

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The Iowa Supreme Court upheld a jury verdict in favor of a transgender employee assigned a female sex at birth who claimed gender identity discrimination for denying him use of the men’s restrooms and locker rooms as well as for denying him gender reassignment surgery under the State’s medical plan for employees of the Correctional Institute.

The Case is Vroegh v. Iowa Dept of Corrections & Wellmark INC

The Iowa Correctional Institute for Women (“the State’” or “the employer”) employed Jesse Samuel Vroegh (formerly “Jessie Sue Vroegh”) as a registered nurse

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