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The Department of Justice filed a statement Friday backing Idaho’s Fairness in Women’s Sports Act, which has been challenged by a lawsuit aimed at preventing the bill from becoming law.
Republican Gov. Brad Little signed the nation’s first “Fairness in Women’s Sports Act” on March 30, 2020. Itwill take effect July 1 and would prevent female sports teams from allowing a transgender athlete who identifies as a female to compete, WHIO TV 7 previouslyreported.
The American Civil Liberties Union and Legal Voice (ACLU) filed a lawsuit in April aimed at preventing the bill from becoming law. ACLU called the bill discriminatory and alleged that it is an invasion of privacy, WHIO TV 7 reported.
“Allowing biological males to compete in all-female sports is fundamentally unfair to femaleathletes,” Attorney General WilliamP. Barr said according to a press release Friday. “Under the Constitution, the Equal Protection…
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