Orion Rummler

Orion Rummler is a reporter on the breaking news team at The 19th. He previously anchored live news coverage at Axios, including the January 6 Capitol attack, the coronavirus and the 2020 election. He also researched “Axios on HBO” stories on former President Donald Trump and expanded the outlet’s LGBTQ+ coverage.


Content by Orion Rummler

More than ‘Don’t Say Gay’: Proposed national bill is latest move in fight over LGBTQ+ rights

How the results of Oregon’s historic three-woman race for governor could reshape the state

Monkeypox vaccines still aren’t reaching Black Americans

Judge upholds Florida’s ban on Medicaid coverage for gender-affirming care

Medical groups ask Justice Department to investigate threats against hospitals over gender-affirming care

How trans students — and their teachers — are dealing with a new school year and new laws

‘It’s really crushing’: Trans students in higher education face misgendering, isolation and debt

Gender dysphoria is a protected disability, federal appeals court finds

Experts debunk monkeypox myths as misinformation spreads

Florida’s medical board considers delaying gender-affirming care for adults and banning it for youths

Races are finally making room for nonbinary runners, whose stories are driving the change

‘I see myself in her’: WNBA star Brittney Griner’s Russia trial resonates with queer Black women and nonbinary people

Block on Biden’s Title IX rule is part of broader attack on key LGBTQ+ rights case, experts say

How the country’s first openly gay senator is asking GOP colleagues to back marriage equality

Judge preemptively blocks LGBTQ+ protections in Title IX and the workplace

Abuse, discrimination, exclusion: Transgender men explain domino effect of losing reproductive care post-Roe

10 anti-LGBTQ+ bills impacting students go into effect across six states

Analysis: Here’s what Texas’s new abortion law does

Texas’ law banning abortions after six weeks of pregnancy took effect. Here’s what you need to know now.

Time’s Up was supposed to help women who face harassment, now two of its top leaders have resigned

Tina Tchen and Roberta Kaplan are accused of running interference for ex-New York governor Andrew Cuomo after he was accused of harassing women



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