State attorneys general join forces to defend parental rights

by ian

Seventeen state attorneys general are banding together to fight for parental rights when it comes to transgender policies in schools.

The coalition seeks to fight an appeals court ruling that allows schools to transition students without their parents’ knowledge. The policy is already in effect in over 1,000 schools nationwide.

But West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey called the policy a “huge red flag” saying it “completely sidesteps parents’ rights and severs them from having involvement in their child’s well-being.”

Karen England of the pro-family public policy organization Capitol Rights Institute told Fox News that she hopes the case against the policy goes all the way to the Supreme Court.