CJR Staff
January 2, 2023

Top Court Makes School Bathroom Decision

The U.S. Court of Appeals dropped an epic bathroom decision for schools that is going to cause woke elites to lose their minds.

"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," reported Washington Examiner.

The ruling is likely to affect Alabama, Florida, and Georgia.

"The case, Adams v. Sch. Bd. of St. Johns Cty, revolved around whether or not St. Johns County School Board in Florida violated a transgender student's rights by prohibiting the student, a biological female who identifies as a boy, from using the boys' bathroom at Allen D. Nease High School. The court ruled en banc that the United States has a long tradition of segregating certain spaces, such as bathrooms, on the basis of sex, without falling afoul of either the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment or Title IX, which prohibits sex-based discrimination in education. As such, the student's rights weren't violated," reported Washington Examiner.

"Separating school bathrooms based on biological sex passes constitutional muster and comports with Title IX," Judge Barbara Lagoa said.

Lagoa was appointed by President Donald Trump. Four Democrat appointed judges dissented from the opinion.

The school's policy is based on biological sex, and the bathroom use rule will include transgender people.

"Both sides of the classification — biological males and biological females — include transgender students," the court document read.

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Source: Washington Examiner

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