Tennessee AG lawsuit against DOJ could be ‘groundbreaking’…

The Tennessee Attorney General filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration over what the state has dubbed “unlawful interpretations” of federal anti-discrimination laws that allow biological males who identify as female to compete in women’s sports.

If successful, the lawsuit would stop the federal government from mandating that school districts across the country allow individuals to use facilities, or play sports, that align with their gender identity as opposed to their biological identity.

The lawsuit takes aim at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Department of Education over its mandated, progressive interpretation of anti-discrimination laws.

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The lawsuit reads:

The recent guidance from the Department [of Education] and the EEOC concerns issues of enormous importance to the States, employers, educational institutions, employees, students, and other individual citizens. The guidance purports to resolve highly controversial and localized issues such as whether employers and schools may maintain sex-separated showers and locker rooms, whether schools must allow biological males to compete on female athletic teams, and whether individuals may be compelled to use another person’s preferred pronouns. But the agencies have no authority to resolve those sensitive questions, let alone to do so by executive fiat without providing any opportunity for public participation. 



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