Last week, the USDA and FDA under the Biden regime announced that they would withhold federal funds from school lunch programs if they did not comply with Title IX requirements.

The decision means that children who are from families at or under the poverty line would not be stripped of free or reduced-price lunches if their school does not allow transgender students to use ‘gender-segregated’ facilities that are in line with their preferred gender, in accordance with Obama’s 2016 ‘Dear Colleague’ letter.

The facilities include bathrooms and locker rooms.

Today, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem announced that she would fight back against Biden’s ridiculous order.

The Epoch Times Reports

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“South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem announced on June 2 that, to protect fairness in women’s sports, she intends to sue the Biden administration over an overhaul of the federal school lunch program to be more in line with Title IX.

The Department of Agriculture (USDA) under the Biden administration announced on May 5 that all state and local agencies that receive federal funding for meals, more specifically including schools, must not discriminate based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

In other words, schools that receive funding through the federal school lunch program could lose the funding if they discriminate against those identifying as a different gender or sexual orientation, such as not allowing biological males who identify as females to use women’s restrooms. The basis of the changes in the federal school lunch program originated from President Biden’s Executive Order combating discrimination of sexual orientation and gender identity.”

Noem explained her decision to sue the Biden administration, saying that Biden is “holding lunch money for poor Americans hostage in pursuit of his radical agenda.”

She ended her statement with a poignant reminder, saying, “I would remind President Biden that we have defeated him in litigation before and are ready to do so again. Mr. President, we’ll see you in court.”

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