Oak Leaf #121

The Nuttle Report: Constitutional Conflicts (By Marc Nuttle)

    Recently, the President of the United States directed the Department of Justice to issue a directive to all public schools. This directive was released jointly with the Department of Education to provide joint guidance for the non-discrimination of transgender students. Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch quotes Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 as the authoritative basis for facilitating transgender students’ needs.

    No one wants to tolerate discrimination based upon the result of a person’s birth. The common due process phrase is everyone has equal protection under the law regardless of race, creed, color, or sex. But what happens when those rights are in conflict?


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