High school athlete loses bias claims
Saying “the anti-discrimination statutes require equality of opportunity and access, not of results,” a federal judge declined to order the body that governs Illinois high school sports to lower the standards for disabled runners.In a written opinion Friday, U.S. District Judge John J. Tharp Jr. held the Illinois High School Association did not violate the statutory and constitutional rights of a student with …
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