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KY Judge Considers Halting Biden’s Title IX Rules

“These are the things which you should do: speak the truth to one another; judge with truth and judgment for peace in your gates.” – Zechariah 8:16

In April, the Biden Administration announced newly updated and highly concerning Title IX regulations. The Biden Administration announced that it was unlawfully redefining the term “sex” in federal law.

Specifically, the new rule enlarges the term “sex” to include “gender identity,” “sexual orientation,” “sex stereotypes,” and “sex characteristics.” These new regulations attack the very heart of Title IX, which exists to legally protect women within public education from discrimination on the basis of sex.

Thankfully, Kentucky Attorney General Russell Coleman is fighting against the Biden Administration’s harmful and unlawful Title IX regulations in court. One week ago, a federal judge in Lexington heard arguments in Kentucky’s and Tennessee’s efforts to halt the proposed changes to Title IX.

If the judge grants the stay, the harmful regulations proposed to Title IX by the Biden Administration would not go into effect until the courts consider the legal challenges. If the judge does not grant the stay before August 1, public K-12 schools and universities could be forced to open girls’ locker rooms, restrooms, and sports to biological males even if state law mandates the opposite.

In the U.S. House, Representative Mary Miller of Illinois has introduced legislation to stop the Biden Administration’s proposed Title IX rules, and the legislation has 68 Republican co-sponsors.


Father, we are thankful for Attorney General Coleman and other leaders who are stepping up to the plate to defend the original intent of Title IX. Lord, empower the KY judge to act quickly and rule to halt the Biden Administration’s proposed changes to Title IX. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.