Supreme Court declines review of transgender bathroom case

Supreme Court declines review of transgender bathroom case

The Supreme Court on Tuesday left in place a lower court ruling in favor of a Pennsylvania school district policy that allows some transgender students to use bathrooms that match their gender identity. The plaintiffs are students who say the policy violates their privacy rights and constitutes sexual harassment. Tuesday’s ruling was issued without comment.

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Rocky LeBlanc
Rocky LeBlanc 1 year

Technically this is not something covered under constitutional law and would fall to individual states. People with mental illness are not a protected class under the constitution. As far as bathrooms are concerned it would be tough to read into the constitution and find rights for toilet use. So as much as I'm against this type of dangerous legislation there is no legal grounds for the Supreme Court to rule on.

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Gradient Flow 1 year

Good news for Pennsylvania perverts I guess.

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