Yale U. sues Connecticut over its state building code, which it claims is discriminatory. The reason?

Yale U. sues Connecticut over its state building code, which it claims is discriminatory. The reason?

[Ed. – At issue is the limit the law places on the number of gender-neutral bathrooms Yale can designate on its campus. In other words, the lawsuit is over what has become an obsession on the Left to whine about anything that doesn’t conform to its warped world view.]

The Ivy League school said in the lawsuit it wants to designate all single-occupant restrooms at its law school as gender neutral, but the plan would run afoul of the state building code, which does not count gender-neutral bathrooms when it assesses whether a public building has enough toilets.

The suit was filed on Friday in Connecticut Superior Court in New Haven, after the university received complaints from law school students. Yale has asked the state to drop requirements that single-user restrooms have an assigned gender label.

Restrooms have become a flashpoint in the fight over transgender rights, following North Carolina passed a law last year requiring people to use public restrooms that corresponded with their birth gender. The measure was partially repealed in March after the state lost hundreds of millions of dollars from economic boycotts.

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