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DOJ Says Recent Anti-Transgender Laws in West Virginia, Arkansas Violate 14th Amendment

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Barack Obama, the statute was read as to include sexual orientation or gender identity. However, under former President Donald Trump, Title IX was read as to only apply to the sex as defined at birth, not the gender a person identifies as.For additional reporting from the Associated Press, read below.The U.S.

Department of Justice on Thursday challenged bans involving transgender people that target athletes in West Virginia and children in Arkansas, slamming them as violations of federal law.The department filed statements of interest in lawsuits that seek to overturn new laws in those states.

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