A federal appellate judge and a lawyer for a transgender student engaged in a tug of war Thursday over how far a decision in the attorney’s favor would or should extend.
Judge William Pryor of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit focused repeatedly on whether the underlying ruling, which held that a Florida school district could not bar a transgender boy from the boys’ restroom, suggested students shouldn’t be separated by gender at all.
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