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The U.S. Supreme Court left in place Gavin Grimm's victory in the lower courts. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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The Supreme Court Leaves A Transgender Student's Legal Victory Intact

The court left in place a lower court decision declaring that local school boards may not require transgender high school students to use bathrooms that correspond to their sex listed at birth.

Citizen Of Glass (Instrumental) Agnes Obel
Want Something Done Oddisee

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Protecting The Immuno-Compromised Against COVID Could Be Key To Ending The Pandemic

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Ligament Michael Brook
Keep Yourself Warm Frightened Rabbit
Behold the Day The Freedom Sounds
Town & Country Bibio

Megan Rapinoe and her teammates on the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team filed a lawsuit in 2019 over equal pay. Sean Fine/Courtesy HBO Max hide caption

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The U.S. Women's Soccer Team Struggle For Equal Pay Featured In New 'LFG' Documentary

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Muy Tranquilo Gramatik
17 Youth Lagoon

"My goal for this year ... was simple," Proud Boys Chairman Enrique Tarrio tells NPR. "Start getting more involved in local politics." Eva Marie Uzcategui Trinkl/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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Some Proud Boys Are Moving To Local Politics As Scrutiny Of Far-Right Group Ramps Up

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The Supreme Court Leaves A Transgender Student's Legal Victory Intact

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Bees [DVD] Caribou
Colours Hot Chip
Ghostwriter RJD2
D.R.A.M. Sings Special Chance the Rapper
Behave Yourself Booker T. & the MG's

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson shows off HB85, which he signed inside Frontier Justice gun shop in Lee's Summit, Mo., on Sat., June 12. The bill prevents local and state law enforcement officials from enforcing federal gun laws. Carlos Moreno/KCUR 89.3 hide caption

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New 2nd Amendment Protections In Missouri Split Law Enforcement

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Buho Ash Black Bufflo
Fake Empire The National
Practice Makes Perfect Billie Holiday

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