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Some Virginia schools say ‘no’ to Youngkin’s transgender policy change

VIRGINIA (DC News Now) — Some school systems in the state are gearing up to do battle with Gov. Glenn Youngkin over his policy changes toward identifying transgender students to their parents and limiting facilities to a student’s original gender.

The Youngkin administration said that it expects school districts to comply with the new law which will go into effect at the end of November after a 30-day waiting period following public comment.

In the Alexandria City Public Schools system, the school board chairwoman said she doesn’t expect this to go over so easily for the governor despite his push for the change.

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