Nothing appears on their websites but rumours are circulating that the Grand Lodges of Washington DC and Massachusetts have definitively withdrawn recognition of the GLNF. At the same time it is rumoured that the GL of Massachusetts has decided to enter into discussions with the Grande Loge de France. In itself this is not surprising. The GLdF is single Rite, the A&ASR (its own particular form, quite removed from that practiced in the GL-AMF and the GLNF), the principal Rite practiced in the United States in the higher degrees. In the USA the 3 symbolic degrees use what we call the York Rite with the addition of the perjury section from the A&ASR. For discussions to advance the questions of intervisits between the GLdF and other French Obediences, particularly the Grand Orient and the female or mixed Obediences, would have to be clarified. The same goes for the relations between the GLdF and the Supreme Council of France.
Post scriptum : The Grand Lodge of Massachusetts has removed the GLNF from its list of recognised grand Lodges, which would seem to confirm the rumours. Let us not forget that the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, founded in 1733, is the oldest Grand Lodge in the New World and the third oldest in the entire world, preceded only by the UGLE and the GL of Ireland. The GL of Washington DC is no youngster either, having celebrated its bicentenary last year.