LGBT Law Notes – 2017 – Issue 04 – April

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Supreme Court Remands Transgender Rights Case to the 4th Circuit

The Supreme Court will not decide this term whether Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and an Education Department regulation, 34 C.F.R. Section 106.33, require schools that receive federal money to allow transgender students to use restrooms consistent with...

North Carolina Repeals HB2 in Questionable “Compromise”

Democrat Roy Cooper was elected Governor of North Carolina last year on a campaign promise to seek the repeal of H.B. 2, a measure enacted in March 2016 in reaction to the City of Charlotte’s adoption of an ordinance that required businesses and other places of public...