Maine judge rules against transgender student in bathroom case

11/27/2012 | Bangor Daily News (Maine) (free registration)

A judge has ruled a school district in Maine did not violate the state’s human rights law when it prevented a female transgender student from using the girls' bathroom at school. "It is no doubt a difficult thing to grow up transgender in today's society. This is a sad truth, which cannot be completely prevented by the law alone. The law casts a broad stroke where one more delicate and refined is needed," wrote Justice William Anderson.

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