Colorado to offer non-binary sex identifier on driver licenses and IDs

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A new policy in Colorado will allow residents to have a non-binary sex identifier on their driver licenses or identification cars starting later this month.

According to the Colorado Department of Revenue, Coloradans will be able to designate male, female, and non-binary which will also appear on their driver's license or ID.

However, new rules will require residents to present a DR2083 Change of Sex Designation form from certain healthcare providers to make sure they received appropriate treatment for their correct sex.

This does not require specific surgery, treatment, clinical care, or behavioral healthcare.

There are no additional fees to change the sex identifier, but you will need to pay the standard fee to obtain a new card.

The rule will go into effect on November 30th, and the permanent rule making hearing is set for the end of December.

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