Equal Protection

Law Restricting Sports by Biological Sex Ruled Constitutional: West Virginia Judge

West Virginia law prohibiting people from participating in single-sex sports teams that do not match their biological sex is constitutional, according to a judge.

Separating School Bathrooms Based on Sex Is Constitutional, Court Rules

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit ruled that separating bathrooms based on sex doesn't violate the Constitution or Title IX, a decision with repercussions for the nationwide debate over transgender issues.

Texas Republican Introduces Bill Banning ‘Diversity, Equity and Inclusion’ in ‘Public Institutions of Higher Education’

House Republican Carl Tepper of Texas introduced a bill prohibiting diversity, equity, and inclusion in order to "foster a diversity of viewpoints."

Florida Subpoenas Medical, Academic Orgs Pushing Transgender Sex Change Treatments onto Children

The State of Florida is taking a hard look at medical and academic organizations advocating for gender-affirming care for minors, issuing subpoenas to nearly two dozen of them in November, per reporting from The Daily Caller.

CHD Rutgers Lawsuit Moves Forward, as Rutgers Announces Trial With Pfizer on COVID Vaccines for Kids Under 5

The attorney representing Children’s Health Defense (CHD) and 13 Rutgers University students in a lawsuit challenging Rutgers’ COVID-19 vaccine mandate policy said the District Court of New Jersey didn’t follow the legal standard when it dismissed CHD’s case.

Georgia Citizens Will Now be Able to Sue Election Officials

The Supreme Court of Georgia made the ruling on Tuesday which followed the state code for legal standing, as opposed to the federal code.

Supreme Court Won’t Hear Case About Constitutional Rights for Fetuses

The Supreme Court declined to decide whether fetuses are entitled to constitutional rights on Tuesday after overturning Roe v. Wade.

Cheney to Introduce Election Reform Legislation With Democrats

Outgoing Rep. Liz Cheney is teaming up with Democrats on new legislation that was inspired, so to speak, by her nemesis, former President Donald Trump, as well as other Republicans.

Mississippi Appeals Court Upholds Jim Crow-Era Voting Restrictions for Felons

An appeals court in Mississippi voted to uphold a Jim Crow-era voting restriction law Wednesday that strips convicted felons of their right to vote.

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