LEGISLATIVE ROUNDUP: Labrador Seeks SCOTUS Intervention | AI-Generated Exploitative Materials

(Idaho Family Policy Center) With the passage of the Vulnerable Child Protection Act last year, Idaho became the tenth state to protect gender-confused children from gender dysphoria.

Things took a dark turn a couple months back when an activist judge blocked enforcement of the law. But don’t give up hope yet: Idaho Attorney General Raul Labrador has asked the US Supreme Court to intervene by allowing the law to take effect while the court case continues to play out.

In a press release, Labrador shared the importance of this law, saying that:

“Those suffering gender dysphoria deserve love, support, and medical care rooted in biological reality. Denying the basic truth that boys and girls are biologically different hurts our kids. No one has the right to harm children, and, thankfully, we as the state have the power—and duty—to protect them.”  (Read More)

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