Law or no law, schools across US work to help transgender students fit in without a fuss | Fox News

law firms are benefiting with nice increase in revenue, but arent using that opportunity to start opening up their pocketbooks again, Smith said. Theyre retrenching, it seems, trying to find ways to be more efficient. D.C.
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are working to accommodate transgender students even if their school districts do not have anti-discrimination policies or laws that cover gender identity. With children rejecting the gender of their births at younger ages and the transgender rights movement gaining momentum, schools in districts large and small, conservative and liberal, are allowing transitioning youth to use the restrooms and changing areas that match their expressed genders. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT The move has prompted complaints from some parents in places like Tucson, Arizona, and Louisville, Kentucky.
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