The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday that it will review whether Tennessee’s ban on transgender-related health care for minors violates the Constitution’s guarantee of equal protection of the laws, taking up an appeal from the Biden administration’s Department of Justice.

The court granted certiorari, or review, in U.S. v. Skrmetti, agreeing to take a look at a recent federal appeals court decision that lifted an injunction against Tennessee’s anti-transgender care law for minors. That law, known as Senate Bill 1, prohibits all medical treatments allowing “a minor to identify with, or live as, a purported identity inconsistent with the minor’s sex” or treat “purported discomfort or distress from a discordance between the minor’s sex and asserted identity.”