AG Curtis Hill Stalls Driver's Licenses Gender Changes

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AG Curtis Hill Stalls Driver's Licenses Gender Changes

The rule would've let someone change their gender on their driver's license or ID.

INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana's attorney general has stalled a rule proposed by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles that would allow people to change their gender on driver's licenses and IDs.

The rule says either a birth certificate or a special Indiana State Department of Health form is needed to change the gender on licenses and IDs.

It was set to become effective in October.

However, BMV spokeswoman Susan Guyer told the Journal Gazette that Attorney General Curtis Hill didn't sign off on the rule because the public hasn't had enough time to review the new rules.

The rule hasn't been completely rejected yet but will remain on hold while they consider changes. 

(PHOTO: WISH-TV)

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