Civil rights organizations weigh in on the 11th Circ. Bathroom policy case

By Rosie Manins (Nov 24, 2021, 4:38 p.m. EST) – The National Women’s Law Center and 50 other civil rights organizations have jointly urged the Eleventh Circuit to uphold the conclusion that the gender-based bathroom policy of a Florida school board is unconstitutional.

The legal center and various organizations defending equal rights among students on Tuesday sought to have their say as amici curiae during the new bench hearing of the federal court of appeal of an appeal brought by the St. Johns County School Board.

A three-judge panel from the Eleventh Circuit has twice upheld a Florida district court ruling in favor of former Nease High School student Drew Adams in his case against the …

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