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BREAKING: A Win in the US Supreme Court

 



Dear Marriage Supporter,

News broke late today that the US Supreme Court has blocked a ruling of the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals imposing a transgender bathroom policy by interpreting the term "sex" under Title IX of federal law to mean "gender identity."

This is a big victory and protects students in the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Maryland and comes as students will be heading back to school soon. The ruling is a blow to the Obama administration which has been working overtime to impose the gender ideology of LGBT extremists.

The effect of the ruling is to leave intact a Virginia school district's policy that intimate facilities such as restrooms, showers and locker rooms are segregated based on a student's actual biologic sex, and not based on "gender identity" or other subjective feelings.

It is expected that the school district will file a motion with the Supreme Court to hear the underlying case this fall. NOM will urge the Supreme Court to rule that federal law enacted decades ago does not define "sex" to mean "gender identity" and that the Obama administration does not have the legal authority to impose their transgender bathroom policy on the nation's schools.

Faithfully,

Brian S Brown


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