(FOX NEWS) - Californians who don’t identify as male or female will soon be able to identify as a third gender on state documents.
Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill titled the “Gender Recognition Act” Sunday night allowing state residents to identify as “non-binary” on driver’s licenses and birth certificates, The Sacramento Bee reported.
The measure will also make it easier for people to change genders on official documents.
Brown additionally signed a separate measure that allows people in prison to ask a court for a name or gender change.
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