The Illinois Human Rights Commission earlier this month ruled in favor of a trans boy student who had been denied the use of the boys’ locker room at his suburban high school without the use of a privacy curtain, a finding that has the potential to reverse a judge’s ruling on another trans locker room case last year. 

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