11 States Sue Obama Administration Over Transgender Bathroom Directive

The lawsuit accuses the Obama administration of violating federal law.
0:57 | 05/25/16

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The state of Texas filed a lawsuit against the US Department of Education. And the Department of Justice. Regarding their directives. That open up all school bathrooms to people of both sexes this is obviously a case of national interest. As we are being joined Bert by several other states including Alabama. Arizona. Georgia. Louisiana. Maine. Oklahoma Tennessee. You talk West Virginia and Wisconsin. The Obama administration is creating new law. Outside the bounds of the constitution. Making that kind of changes only congress can make in fact some members of congress and attempted to make that sort of legal change. Numerous times as early as 1974 and as recently as 2050. Each time they failed. So just as they did with issues like immigration. The Obama administration has decided to simply exclude congress entirely.

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