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SCOTUS seems inclined to uphold South Carolina’s redrawn Congressional maps. Although the maps were challenged in lower courts, SCOTUS heard arguments on October 10th to examine whether the maps violated the Constitution’s bar on using race as an unjustified and predominant factor in drawing districts.
Federal Judge Restores Georgia Ban On September 5th, Judge Sarah Geraghty of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia lifted her previous stay on Senate Bill 140, which prohibits licensed medical professionals from providing hormone therapy to minors not already in care and imposes criminal penalties on violators.
Wyoming Sorority Sisters Lawsuit On August 29th, U.S. District Court Judge Alan Johnson dismissed a lawsuit brought by six sorority sisters from the Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority at the University of Wyoming to limit admission of Artemis Langford, a transgender woman, into the organization.
California Attorney General files law suit against school district for “forced Outing” AG Rob Bonta filed a lawsuit against the Chino Valley Unified School District for their new policy which requires school personnel to out students to their parents if the students ask the school to use different names, pronouns, or facilities. PFLAG National Board Chair Susan Thronson, joined by PFLAG Riverside President JoAnn Rayshel and her husband Barry, attended the hearing, met with media, and issued a statement supporting trans and gender non-conforming students and the AG’s lawsuit.