The Wisconsin Supreme Court concluded that the lower court didn’t err in requiring plaintiff parents challenging a school district policy regarding pronouns to disclose their identities to opposing attorneys, though their names will be kept confidential from public view, the court’s majority held on Friday.

A group of parents filed a lawsuit in Dane County Circuit Court in February 2020, alleging that the Madison Metropolitan School District policy entitled, “Guidance & Policies to Support Transgender, Non-binary & Gender Expansive Students,” violated their right to parent their children under the state constitution, Article I, Section 1, as well as their right to exercise their religious beliefs under Article I, Section 18.