Foundation for Moral Law Files Supreme Court Brief
Opposing Obama’s Bathroom Policy
Currently pending before the U.S. Supreme Court is the case G.G. v. Gloucester County School Board. Gloucester High School is near Chesapeake Bay in eastern Virginia. A girl student, thinking she is a boy, sought a federal court order to use the boys’ bathroom at the high school. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, located in Richmond, reversed the trial court’s denial of the request on the ground that the courts should “defer” to the Obama administration’s interpretation of discrimination law.
According to the Obama administration, forbidding a girl who thinks she is a boy from using the boys’ bathroom at school is unlawful sex discrimination.
Foundation President Kayla Moore stated: “If President-Elect Trump reverses the Obama bathroom policy, this case may become moot. Meanwhile, however, school districts all across the country are being threatened with a loss of federal funds if they do not allow certain confused youth to use the bathroom of the opposite sex. The sexual radicals with whom Obama has populated the Department of Education have lost all sense of decency in their crusade to undermine not only basic morality but also the natural created order.”
The Foundation today filed an amicus brief in support of the School Board.
The Foundation for Moral Law is a nonprofit organization dedicated to interpreting the Constitution according to its plain meaning and the intent of its Framers. Contact: Kayla Moore, 334-262-1245.
http://Transgender Bathroom Case Brief.pdf