Legislators in at least five states have introduced bills in recent weeks that would require athletes in high school and lower grades to compete on teams that correspond with the gender on their birth certificate.
The bills in Georgia, Tennessee, Missouri, New Hampshire and Washington are intended to prevent what has happened in Connecticut , where two biological boys who identify as girls have won multiple girls’ state championship track titles. Tennessee state Rep. Bruce Griffey introduced the bill in his state. “There’s no ill will intended toward anyone regarding this legislation,” Griffey, a Republican, told WTVF . “What it’s simply trying to do is, I think science and experience and just society – we all know that traditionally males generally have bigger hearts, bigger upper body strength, and that can give them a genetic advantage when competing against […]
Board members sued for religious discrimination after barring student teachers from Christian university
EXCLUSIVE – Arizona's Washington Elementary School District was sued for allegedly impugning on the religious rights of a Christian university after they terminated a partnership that had been ongoing for 11 years after multiple board members attacked them for their...