Supreme Court temporarily lets Idaho enforce ban on transgender medicine for minors

The Supreme Court on Monday let an Idaho law blocking gender transition medicine for minors to broadly take effect, overturning the decisions of lower federal courts.

The Republican-backed law will be in effect until the full court has had the opportunity to make a judgment in the case. Until then, the ruling will only apply to two teenagers who sued to challenge the ban, allowing them to continue receiving transgender procedures.

Idaho is one of 23 states with policies that restrict gender-transition medical treatments for minors.

This is a developing story.

BREAKING: The Supreme Court put Idaho's ban on transgender medical treatments for minors back into effect while a district court injunction blocking the law is appealed.

Dissents raised by Justices Kagan, Sotomayor, and Jackson.

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