Word of an EPIC verdict and BIG BUCKS has resonated across the nation.
There's more local reporting and national news outlets have taken notice as well.
Once example out of many regarding the implications . . .
The jury found the school district had discriminated against the student by refusing to let him use boys' restrooms or locker rooms.
The school district said in a statement that it disagreed with the verdict and would be “seeking appropriate relief from the trial court and court of appeals if necessary.”
The student had legally changed his name in 2010 and amended his birth certificate to reflect his new name and gender in 2014, according to the lawsuit. He filed the lawsuit in 2015.
Although the state recognized him as a boy, the district denied the student access to the boys’ restrooms and locker rooms . . .
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
A Kansas City-area school district must pay a transgender student $4 million after it refused to let him use the boys' restrooms or locker rooms, a Jackson County jury decided. The jury on Monday found the Blue Springs school district had discriminated against the student, NBC affiliate KSHB-TV reported.
A Jackson County jury returned a $4 million verdict in favor of a transgender student who was denied access to the boys' locker rooms and bathrooms at his middle school and high school in the Blue Springs School District.
Developing . . .