Chino Unified’s Trans ‘Outing’ Policy Placed on Hold by County Judge

Chino Valley Unified’s controversial policy requiring parents to be notified of their children’s trans identity has been put on hold by a judge.

San Bernardino County Judge Thomas Garza granted the state’s request for a temporary restraining order on Wednesday. The district has been barred from implementing the policy pending a hearing scheduled for Oct. 13.

Garza described the policy as “too broad.” He also criticized trustees’ use of the terms “delusion” and “mental illness” when discussing gender identity at their July 12 meeting.

The outcome of the legal case could have wide-ranging implications. Three school districts have adopted the same policy and a fourth may do so tonight. 

Read more at the Los Angeles Times





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