Bathroom Bills

Trump's Trans Order Shines Light on Supreme Court Case

The eight justices are due to hear oral arguments on March 28 on whether the Gloucester County School Board in Virginia can block Gavin Grimm, a female-born transgender high school student, from using the boys' bathroom.

Trump Overturns Obama Rules on Transgender Rights

Reversing the Obama guidelines stands to inflame passions in the latest conflict in America between believers in traditional values and social progressives, and is likely to prompt more of the street protests that followed Trump's Nov. 8 election.

North Carolina Could Lose NCAA Games Over Bathroom Law

The law known as House Bill 2, which bars transgender people from using government-run restrooms that match their gender identity and limits local nondiscrimination protections, will doom the state's chances, Dupree wrote in a letter.

North Carolina Bathroom Bill Confuses Judge

North Carolina is the first U.S. state to require transgender people to use single-sex government-owned public restrooms and changing facilities that correspond to the gender on their birth certificate, but has no mechanism to enforce violations. 

Bathroom Law May Bring Transgender Rights to SCOTUS

Conservative officials from 11 states sued the federal government on Wednesday to overturn a directive that transgender students be allowed to use the bathroom matching their gender identity.