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Re: Sensible Judge temporarily blocks idiot Biden administration's mentally ill transgender guidelines on Title IX

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Mark Weber

Feb 22, 2024, 3:45:04 AMFeb 22
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A federal judge on Friday temporarily blocked the Biden
administration's guidance on Title IX, which prohibits
discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation,
Politico reports.

Why it matters: Transgender participation in elite sports has
been under attack, with Republican lawmakers advancing dozens of
bills across the country as they seek to prohibit trans athletes
from participating in school sports teams that align with their
gender identity.

What they're saying: The Department of Education's guidance
“directly interferes with and threatens Plaintiff States’
ability to continue enforcing their state laws," said Eastern
District of Tennessee Judge Charles Atchley.

States including Ohio, Iowa, Georgia, Kansas and Utah have all
passed laws limiting transgender athletes from competing in
Details: Twenty Republican attorneys general have argued their
respective states face a “credible threat” of losing significant
federal funding due to their policies and laws, per Politico.

Forcing schools to use transgender students’ pronouns violates
the First Amendment, the Republican coalition argued.
They also argue that the guidance from the Education Department
violates the Tenth Amendment, which delegates certain powers to
the states.
Flashback: The Department of Education proposed new changes to
Title IX in June that would prohibit schools, colleges and
universities from discriminating against transgender students.

But Republicans argued in November that the department's
guidance rewrote “the federal anti-discrimination laws they
enforce," and "that’s not how lawmaking is supposed to work,"
per Politico.
"States’ sovereign authority to enforce its own legal code was
directly injured as a result," former Tennessee associate
solicitor general Sarah Campbell said.

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