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 April 19, 2016  Court, Youth & Schools

Larry O’Dell reports:

A policy barring a transgender student from using the boys’ restrooms at his Virginia high school is discriminatory, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.

In a case closely watched by public schools and transgender-rights activists across the country, a three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the Gloucester County School Board’s policy. A federal judge had previously rejected Gloucester High School student Gavin Grimm’s sex discrimination claim.

Read more on ABC.

Opinion in G.G. v. Gloucester County School Board

  One Response to “Court Overturns Virginia School’s Transgender Bathroom Rule”

  1. Maybe this is the beginning of the new stages to give people their rights and privacy for the other states as well, and those other legislators will ‘wake up’.

    I am going to stay hopeful and leave it with this, “Here comes the sun, here comes the sun. And I say it’s alright. It’s alright “

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