The school board wants the 11th Circ. Redo in the fight against the bathroom policy

Law360 (Aug 5, 2021, 5:29 p.m. EDT) – A Florida school board has asked the Eleventh Circuit to review its bathroom policy for the third time, which a former transgender student has declared unconstitutional, requesting a new court hearing after a panel division twice ruled in favor of the former student.

The St. Johns County School Board in Florida said in its bench rehearsal motion filed Wednesday that Eleventh Circuit judges Beverly B. Martin and Jill A. Pryor misinterpreted the policy by ruling it violated the equal protection rights of former student Drew Adams under the 14th Amendment of the US Constitution.

This notice in July sparked a scathing …

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