• 68 Groups, Including Greenwich Patriots, Endorse Appropriations Plan To Trim Controversial Title IX Provisions From Department Of Education

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    A coalition of 68 organizations is sending a letter today to House Speaker Kevin McCarthy that endorses important provisions related to the federal Department of Education, as enumerated in the FY2024 Appropriations Bill for Labor-HHS-Education.

    The 68 organizations are all members of the Title IX Network, which was formed in July 2022 in opposition to the Biden administration’s proposed Title IX regulations.

    The Department of Education’s proposed Title IX regulations, which are scheduled to be released in October, would change the definition of “sex” to include “gender Identity.”  The proposed regulations also would harm women’s sports, promote gender transitioning among young children without parental consent, infringe on free speech, and remove due process protections for men who have been falsely accused.

    As explained in the letter, the 68 organizations support key provisions that were approved by the House Appropriations sub-committee in its FY2024 Appropriations bill:

    1. Section 244: Prohibits the implementation of Biden’s Executive Order on “Gender Identity or Sexual Orientation.”
    2. Section 311: Prohibits the Department of Education from implementing the proposed Title IX regulations that were issued in July of 2022 and in April of 2023.
    3. Section 312: Protects religious liberty in schools.
    4. Section 534: Prohibits the use of federal funds for hormone therapy or surgical treatment for “gender affirming care.”
    5. Section 535: Prohibits the implementation of any other “diversity, equity, inclusion office, program, or training.”

    The coalition is urging the House of Representatives to retain all five of these Sections, keep the strong language used in these Sections, and bring the FY2024 Appropriations Bill for Labor-HHS-Education for a prompt floor vote.

    The entire coalition letter can be viewed online.

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    Kendall Svengalis

    This attempt to change Title IX through the regulatory process is a classic example of the manner in which the deep state can promulgate regulations that exceed the authority of statute. A change of this magnitude would never make its way through Congress, so the Department of Education attempts to circumvent the democratic process. There were thousands of comments on this proposed regulatory change, yet who makes the ultimate decision. Cardona? That's a scary thought.

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