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The Indiana attorney general’s office has asked a federal appeals court to overturn a judge’s order against a state law that prohibits transgender females from competing in girls school sports. The appeal filed this week argues that the judge was wrong in granting a preliminary injunction against the law and allowing a 10-year-old transgender girl to rejoin her school’s all-girls softball team. The judge ruled in July that the girl had “a strong likelihood” of prevailing in arguments that the Indiana law violated federal Title IX protections. The attorney general’s office argues that upholding the judge’s ruling “would throw open girls’ sports to members of the male sex."

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