West Virginia AG’s office to ask U.S. Supreme Court to intervene in case challenging state’s transgender sports law

The West Virginia Attorney General’s Office was to submit a filing with the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday asking the court to lift a Fourth Circuit injunction that shelved West Virginia’s transgender sports law.

“We do expect we’re going to get a lot of support. You know, our office has talked to various states across the country,” Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said Thursday in announcing the filing.
“I think we’re going to have a lot of support from states across America. I mean, to me this is a matter of basic fairness. So, I hope that this isn’t going to be a partisan issue. This should be, ‘Let’s find a way to respect women’s sports.’”

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