Biden Administration issues new proposed Title IX rule related to transgender students in sports

On April 6, the Biden Administration issued a notice of proposed rulemaking to Title IX applicable to the “narrow category of athletic eligibility criteria.” Specifically, the rule, which covers 115 pages, aims to regulate sex-related eligibility criteria that affects a student’s ability to play on […]

Law allowing remote teleconferenced meetings through 2026 signed by Governor

On Sept. 13, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 2449 (Rubio, D-Baldwin Park), which provides additional options for compliant teleconferencing under the Brown Act beyond those provided in current law. AB 2449 provides a teleconferencing option that will be in effect from Jan. 1, 2023, […]

Supreme Court rules when public school not offered, public money can be used for religious school tuition

The Supreme Court ruled on June 21 that restricting the limitation of Maine’s tuition assistance program to only “nonsectarian” schools violated the Free Exercise Clause of the United States Constitution. In the case of Carson v. Makin, the Court ruled that parents could not be […]