PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - The Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles is no longer requiring a doctor's sign-off for a gender-neutral designation on driver licenses and identification cards.
The state began offering a third non-binary gender option on state driver's licenses and identification cards last year. That allows a motorist to select M for male, F for female or X for a non-binary gender option.
WMTW-TV reports that an updated "gender designation form" is available on the BMV's website.
The old form required the signature. The move comes after a complaint filed with the Maine Human Rights Commission.