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SCOTUS will review Virginia Trans case

by Mike Andrew – SGN Staff Writer The US Supreme Court said on October 28 that it will review a Virginia case in which a Transgender high school student sued his school district to be able to use a restroom corresponding to his gender identity. Gavin Grimm, now 17 and a senior in a Gloucester County, Va., high school, has identified as a boy for several years and began using the boys’ restroom at his school. During his sophomore year, some parents objected, and the school ordered him to use restrooms that corresponded to his ‘biological gender.’ Grimm then sued with the help of the ACLU, citing the Obama administration’s finding that Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 protects the rights of Trans students through its prohibition of sex discrimination. The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals agreed in an April ruling, but the school district then appealed to the Supreme Court. At the same time, 23 other states cha

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