Georgia joining lawsuit against President’s school bathroom directives

ATLANTA, Ga. – Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens said the state is joining the lawsuit that includes ten other states.

Olens issued the following, “The guidance letter is yet another example of the President’s unconstitutional overreach. The Constitution gives only Congress the power to write and rewrite laws. Threatening to withhold taxpayer dollars from schools if they don’t comply with this new and legally unsound mandate is unconstitutional. I will continue to defend the Constitution on behalf of Georgians.”

Georgia joins Alabama, Arizona, Louisiana, Maine, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

The lawsuit is listed below.

Complaint Texas v US

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