Gavin Grimm, a transgender male who lives in Gloucester, Va., was the subject of a Wednesday U.S. Supreme Court ruling that led Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools to suspend some of its new regulations on transgender students.
Gavin Grimm, a transgender male who lives in Gloucester, Va., was the subject of a Wednesday U.S. Supreme Court ruling that led Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools to suspend some of its new regulations on transgender students. Steve Helber AP
Gavin Grimm, a transgender male who lives in Gloucester, Va., was the subject of a Wednesday U.S. Supreme Court ruling that led Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools to suspend some of its new regulations on transgender students. Steve Helber AP

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