Biden's rule linking school lunch to 'trans kids' policies is illegal: 26 state attorneys general

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26 state Attorneys General have come out against the Biden administration’s guidance linking school lunch funding with “trans kids” policies, calling it “unlawful.”

Led by Tennessee Attorney General and Reporter Herbert H. Slatery III, the group penned a letter to the president on Tuesday asking that he request the USDA to rescind the guidance.

The Attorneys General argued that the guidance “imposes new—and unlawful—regulatory measures on state agencies and operators receiving federal financial assistance from the USDA,” and that “the inevitable result is regulatory chaos that would threaten the effective provision of essential nutritional services to some of our most vulnerable citizens.”

They deemed the guidance to be “unlawful,” and called on Biden to direct the USDA to withdraw it.

The Attorneys General explained that the guidance is not legal for a number of reasons, namely because it was premised “on an obvious misreading and misapplication of the Supreme Court’s holding in Bostock v. Clayton County,” which prohibited discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity based on Title VII.

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