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Professor who refused school order on transgender student’s pronouns wins in court

Professor Nicholas Meriwether at Shawnee State University/Alliance Defending Freedom

By Mary Kay Linge

New York Post

An Ohio college professor who resisted his school’s orders to go along with transgender students’ preferred pronouns has won his First Amendment case before a federal appeals court.

In a unanimous ruling, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said that Shawnee State University violated Prof. Nicholas Meriwether’s rights of free speech and free exercise of religion by punishing him for resisting school rules that forced him to address students in the terms of their choosing.

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https://nypost.com/2021/03/27/prof-who-refused-transgender-students-pronouns-wins-in-court/

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