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Appeals court maintains block on nation's first transgender student athlete ban

  • Transgender women and girls in Idaho can continue participating in public school and college sports after a federal court ruling upheld an injunction against a law banning their participation.
  • The law, signed by Gov. Brad Little, specifically targeted female students, subjected them to a sex verification process, and banned them from sports, without improving gender equality.
  • The ruling was praised by the ACLU as a victory for transgender rights and equality, while the state of Idaho has not yet commented on the decision.
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