SCOTUS puts off ruling on whether or not educrats can legally grope students

Source: Los Angeles Times

“The Supreme Court announced Monday that it will put off a ruling on the rights of transgender students. Instead, the justices asked an appeals court in Virginia to reconsider the case of Gavin Grimm, a transgender boy who was denied the right to use the boys’ restroom in his high school. Lawyers for the Obama administration had weighed in on his behalf and said transgender students had a right to be treated based on their ‘gender identity,’ not their gender at birth [sic]. Based on that guidance, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals had ruled in favor of the student.” (03/06/17)