"The Supreme Court decided not to hear a case involving a challenge to a Pennsylvania School’s District’s policy of allowing students to use the restroom which matches their gender identity rather than their biological sex. Their refusal to hear the case upholds to lower court rulings which favored the school district." - Christian Headlines
"The four school systems currently have approved rules in their schools that prohibit discrimination based on gender identity. The policies don’t expressly guarantee student access to their choice of restroom, but the schools try to meet those requests." - Christian Headlines
"Following in the footsteps of North Carolina, a conservative Texas lawmaker has introduced a controversial bill that would prevent local governments enacting transgender bathroom ordinances that force businesses to allow biological men into women's bathrooms and showers."
Multiple churches in the state of Massachusetts filed for a preliminary injunction due to their religious objection to recent non-discrimination policies. At issue are Massachusetts Laws 92A and 98 that prohibit distinction, discrimination or restriction based on gender identity. Jurist
Walker Wildmon, a spokesman for AFA, said Wednesday the organization is unsatisfied with Target’s response, calling the policy “basically a bathroom free-for-all.”
"Ten more states have signed on to sue the Obama administration over its transgender directive that forces schools to allow students to use restrooms and locker rooms that correspond to their perceived gender identity rather than their biological sex." BPNews