Legislation to make it easier for people to change their gender at birth is one step closer to becoming law, RNZ reports. The Births, Deaths, Marriages, and Relationships Registration Bill passed its second reading on Wednesday with support from all political parties. Under the bill, people would no longer have to go through the Family Court or show evidence of medical treatment to change the sex on their birth certificate.
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