Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has secured a legal victory in his defense of women’s sports from transgender inclusion.
A federal judge ruled in favor of the Fairness in Women’s Sports Act, which prevents male athletes from competing in girls’ and women’s school sports.
The judge stated that Florida’s separation of male and female athletes in school sports aligns with the state’s interest in promoting women’s athletics and does not violate the Equal Protection Clause. (Trending: Court Hands Down Crucial 2nd Amendment Ruling)
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The Trump-appointed Judge Roy Altma ruled that males and females being separated is “substantially related to the state’s important interest in promoting women’s athletics.”
The plaintiff’s claims regarding Title IX and privacy were dismissed, and the judge gave the plaintiff a deadline to amend the complaint.
The plaintiff claim that they were being forced to reveal “sensitive medical information” was rejected.
“This potential injury — if we can call it that — is so speculative (and lies so far down a hypothetical chain of imaginary future events) that it cannot support D.N.’s … standing here,” wrote Judge Altma in response.
This ruling reflects a broader trend of states passing laws to protect women’s sports from transgender inclusion.
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