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(Salem, OR)  --  Oregon is the first state in U.S. history to offer more than two gender options on identity documents.  This makes it the first state to recognize non-binary, intersex or agender people on ID cards.  The history-making rule was passed late Thursday afternoon by the state Transportation Commission and goes into effect July 3rd.  When applying for driver's licenses or state ID cards, people can mark male, female, "X" for non-binary or unspecified.

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