Breaking News

Kansas man, corporate entities banned from doing business, ordered to pay $250,000 in restitution related to unlawful autopsy services SEC Charges Angel Oak Capital Advisors with Misleading Investors in $90 Million Fix-and-Flip Securitization Intuit Inc. – Intuit Mailchimp CEO and Co-Founder Ben Chestnut to take on Business Advisor Role; SVP of Intuit QuickBooks Money Platform Rania Succar assumes Mailchimp CEO Duties Restocking Robot Rolls Out to Convenience Stores USDA Invests Nearly $8M to Improve Dietary Health and Nutrition Security Readout of Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III’s Visit to Latvia > U.S. Department of Defense > Release Mission Hill Playground Reopened | Eight Municipalities Receive Multimillion Dollar Assignment for Safe Rooms Against Hurricanes
Santa Fe, NM – Attorney General Hector Balderas filed a brief with the United States Supreme Court last night in support of a transgender student – known as G.G. – who is suing the Gloucester County School Board for discrimination. Attorney General Balderas is asking the United States Supreme Court to recognize protections for transgender students under federal education law. Protections based on gender identity already exist in New Mexico law under our state’s Human Rights Act. The brief argues that discrimination on the basis of gender identity causes real and significant harm to both transgender people and the states themselves.

Source link