Virginia School Board Rejects Sexual Identity Proposal
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A Virginia School Board, the Loudoun County School Board to be exact, in a 5-4 vote rejected a proposal to add sexual orientation and gender identity to protected categories listed in its employment policy. We’re going to be talking about that. And Texas pushes forward to protect women with a so-called bathroom bill that is a commonsense protection of personal privacy.
Mat Staver: Well here in Loudoun County, which is another school district in Virginia, where we’re already litigating the Fairfax County case, which frankly, in another few weeks we’ll be arguing that at the Virginia Supreme Court.
Well, Loudoun County still was trying to move forward to pass the same thing that’s being challenged in Fairfax, that will be argued a few weeks from now at the Virginia Supreme Court. They wanted to add sexual orientation and gender identity to the employment policy contrary to state law. Clearly contrary to state law.
Because state law does not include that category, and no other subdivision can include that category…
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