The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit ruled that a ban against a transgender student’s ability to use bathrooms that match his gender identity violate Title IX and equal protections under the U.S. Constitution, the latest federal court to do so.

The court’s majority opinion issued Wednesday, written by Judge Henry Floyd and joined by Judge James Wynn, says the panel is joining a “growing consensus of courts” in finding that the answer to the question of whether the transgender bathroom bans are unconstitutional “is resoundingly yes.”

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