Maryland set to add 'X' gender designation to driver's licenses under bill by General Assembly

Marylanders who don't identify as either male or female could decline to identify a gender on their driver's licenses starting in October under a bill the General Assembly approved Wednesday. Instead of “M” for male or “F” for female, Marylanders who identify as “nonbinary” could have an “X” displayed on their IDs. The House of Delegates voted 91-47 to pass a bill the Senate approved last month. Gov. Larry Hogan has not weighed in on the legislation. The governor has the option to sign or veto any bill, or let it become law without his signature. (Balt. Sun)

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