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  • The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that a California school board is prohibited from including prayers or Christian references at its meetings. Ninth Circuit Denies Prayer at School Board Meetings 08/10/2018

    The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that a California school board is prohibited from including prayers or making reference to Christian scripture at its meetings. This decision comes after the court upheld a 2016 injunction forbidding these practices. This decision sheds some important light on the role of prayer in school meetings. Origins Read More

  • The Ohio legislature recently introduced a bill that would require teachers to immediately inform parents of any signs that a student might be transgender. Ohio Considers Requiring Teachers to Report Transgender Students 08/02/2018

    Ohio’s legislature recently introduced House Bill 658, which would require teachers to immediately inform parents if any signs of gender dysphoria are noticed. “Gender dysphoria” refers to the conflict that occurs between a person’s physical gender and the gender with which the person identifies. While the bill has had a committee hearing already, it has Read More

  • An LGBTQ teacher in Texas initiated a wrongful termination lawsuit on the basis that the school discriminated against her based on her sexual orientation. Texas Teacher Initiates Wrongful Termination Lawsuit 07/24/2018

      An LGBTQ teacher recently initiated a wrongful termination lawsuit against the Mansfield Independent School District on the basis that the school discriminated against her based on her sexual orientation. The teacher was placed on leave after she showed students a photo of her wife. While the teacher’s contract with the district has been renewed, Read More

  • Democrats introduced a bill to amend the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which they say has been used to discriminate against the LGBTQ community. Democrats Introduce Bill to Counter Religious Freedom Law 07/19/2018

      In May of 2018, Democratic senators introduced a bill to amend the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which according to the original sponsors of the law has been misappropriated and used to discriminate against numerous individual including those who identify as LGBTQ. This bill is significant because it has the potential to change a twenty-five-year-old Read More

  • A Michigan civil rights commission recently decided that discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation are included in sex discrimination. Michigan Adds LGBTQ Protections to Civil Rights Department 07/11/2018

    A Michigan state commission recently determined that protections against discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation are included in Michigan’s current ban on sex discrimination. This recent decision came after a 5-0 vote by the Michigan Civil Rights Commission approving this interpretation of the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act. As a result of this decision, Read More

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