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The past, present and future of trans rights

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While the trans community has seen many milestones in recent years, from increased representation in federal and local government to the groundbreaking TV series “Pose,” this year alone there have been more than 100 bills targeting trans people in 30 states. NBC News Now anchor Joe Fryer reports for TODAY.