A woman from Minnesota who sued her transgender daughter not to let her transition lost a case. Annmarie Calgaro sued her daughter, known only as EJK in court documents, in November after she came out as trans and revealed her plans to transition into female. It was brought to my knowledge that my son [sic] began receiving hormone replacement treatments from Park Nicollet Health Services to transition from male to female, with medical assistance paying for this,” the mother said in statement. Calgaro claimed that each organisation or person had “violated her parental rights” if they helped her child with transition. Ms Calgaro’s solicitor Erick Kaardal claimed Ms Calgaro’s 14th Amendment rights had been violated as a result of the action. She was represented by the Thomas More Society, an anti-abortion law firm who are currently representing a Texan activist who attempted to frame Planned Parenthood by buying and selling organs.