Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens gave a brief lesson in civil procedure when Republicans in White County he was addressing May 17 pressed him on how the state would fight the federal government’s recent pronouncement on civil rights for transgender public school students.

I need to have standing and a reason to be in a suit,” he said. “I can’t just sue the federal government because I want to sue the federal government, even if I disagree with the federal government.”

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