Isaac v Duval County Public Schools (USA)

U.S. District Judge Marcia Morales Howard has dismissed a lawsuit filed in May by Wryshona Isaac on behalf of her four young children.  Isaac’s complaint against Duval County Public Schools (FL) “seeks declaratory and injunctive relief against Defendants for adopting and establishing a policy of allowing students an unfettered right to use the bathroom or changing facility of their choice based on “gender identity.” Plaintiff contends that the actions of Defendants denies her children a safe and supportive environment that would allow them to thrive and grow, and deprives them of the right to bodily privacy.”  According to Isaac’s attorney, the case was dismissed “because the U.S. Supreme Court is taking up a similar case [G.G. v Gloucester County School Board] and a federal judge in Texas is prohibiting President Barack Obama’s directive that schools allow students the bathroom leeway from being enforced.”

Issac v Duval County Public Schools (USA) — Complaint

Lawsuit against Duval Public Schools for allowing transgender bathroom privileges dismissed — The Florida Times-Union