A federal judge will soon decide if laws criminalizing gay sex can cross state lines.
"The Constitution must always prevail," writes Chief U.S. District Court Judge David C. Nye.
One court affirms trans students' right to use the restroom matching their gender identity; another strikes down Idaho's ban on gender changes on birth certificates.
The lesbian tennis champ signed on to a letter to the NCAA endorsing the ban.
The Department of Justice, headed by William Barr, supports a state law barring trans females from girls' and women's school sports teams.
The court denied Idaho's request to stop the surgery, although two of the most conservative justices would have granted it.