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Ken Paxton Celebrates 'Major Victory' Against Joe Biden

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Ken Paxton praised a federal court's decision Tuesday that blocked the Biden administration from implementing its recently revised Title IX policies to schools in his state.The U.S.

Department of Education announced revisions to Title IX in April that expanded the federal law to prohibit discrimination over sexual orientation or gender identity, a move that better protects transgender students and other members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Title IX, part of a 1972 amendment, outlawed discrimination and harassment based on sex in any educational institutions that receive federal funding.The revisions were immediately met with backlash from officials of conservative-led states, including Texas Governor Greg Abbott, who said in an open letter in May that his administration would "not comply" with President Joe Biden's new standards.Paxton's office also sued the Department of Education within days of the new Title IX "Guidance Documents" being released, arguing that Biden's new laws "exceeded" the federal government's authority.On Tuesday, U.S.

District Judge Reed O'Connor, appointed to the bench by former President George W. Bush, sided with Texas' government, writing that Biden's administration "failed to follow the proper procedures" to enact changes to Title IX.

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