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1/24/2006 - Women's Law Project Examines Title IX in Pennsylvania
Colleges and universities in Pennsylvania are failing to provide adequate athletic opportunities for women students, according to a recent report from the Pennsylvania-based Women's Law Project (WLP)....

6/15/2005 - Title IX Opponent Confirmed to US Court of Appeals
The Senate confirmed yet another of President Bush's conservative judicial nominees on Tuesday....

6/10/2005 - Title IX Lawsuit Avoided at Assumption College
In a victory for women's collegiate athletics, Assumption College, a Catholic four-year liberal arts college in Worchester, Massachusetts, has reinstated both the men's and women's indoor and outdoor track and field teams....

4/14/2005 - Title IX Critic Approved by Judiciary Committee Despite Questionable Record
The Senate Judiciary Committee today approved Thomas Griffith for a seat on the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit....

3/29/2005 - Supreme Court Ruling Strengthens Title IX, Protects Whistle-Blowers
The US Supreme Court ruled today that those who are the victims of retaliation for drawing attention to Title IX violations can sue under the 1972 federal law prohibiting sex discrimination at institutions receiving federal financial assistance for education programs and activities....

3/23/2005 - Dept. of Education Weakens Title IX Compliance Standards for College Athletics
Late last Friday afternoon, the Department of Education released a letter weakening the requirements of Part Three of the three-part test by which colleges and universities measure their compliance with Title IX, the 1972 federal law prohibiting sex discrimination at institutions receiving federal financial assistance for education programs and activities....

3/11/2005 - Senate Judiciary Committee Holds Hearing on Controversial Judicial Nominee
Thomas Griffith, nominated to a seat on the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, faced the Senate Judiciary Committee in a confirmation hearing on Tuesday....

1/6/2005 - CA: New Laws in Effect for Same-Sex Couples, Female Athletes, Battered Women
Beginning New Year's Day, several laws took effect in the state of California that bolster the equality of women, girls, and same-sex couples....

11/12/2004 - Senate Hearings Set for Title IX Critic Nominated to DC Circuit Court
In an unorthodox move, Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) scheduled a hearing next week for the confirmation of Thomas Griffith during Congress lame-duck session....

10/6/2004 - New Bill Offered to Strengthen Title IX in High Schools
Last week, at a reception to honor female Olympic athletes, members of Congress gathered to celebrate the offering of a new bill to strengthen Title IX....

10/5/2004 - FMF Education Equity Program Celebrates First Year, Launches New Website
Since the Feminist Majority Foundations Education Equity program was formed a year ago, it has been on the forefront of the fight to save and strengthen Title IX....

9/15/2004 - CA Bill To Ban Gender Discrimination in Community Youth Athletic Programs
The California State Legislature passed a bill last month that would make California the first state to ban gender discrimination in community youth athletics programs....

5/26/2004 - Some Federal Funding Recipients Not Complying With Title IX
The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has found that some recipients of federal financial assistance are not complying with important provisions of Title IX regulations....

5/12/2004 - Title IX Critic Nominated to DC Circuit Court
On Monday, President Bush nominated Title IX critic Thomas Griffith of Utah to the DC Circuit Court of Appeals, considered the second most powerful court in the country....

2/25/2004 - Leadership Choices:Win a Seat at the Table
Gender affects public opinion, decision-making, voting behavior, and political involvement at all levels national, local and on campuses....

11/17/2003 - Title IX Victory for West Chester University Gymnastics' Team
A federal judge on Thursday ordered West Chester University to reinstate the women's gymnastics team it had cut in April....

10/3/2003 - Patsy Mink Among Inductees to Women's Hall of Fame
The National Women's Hall of Fame will induct 12 women in a ceremony at Seneca Falls, New York tomorrow....

9/2/2003 - Afghan Woman First to Compete in International Sports Event
In August at the world track and field championships in Paris, Lima Azimi became the first Afghan woman to participate in a major international sports event, according to the International Association of Athletics Federations....

7/14/2003 - Women's Rights Groups Win Title IX Victory
Faced with overwhelming support for Title IX, the Bush administration announced Friday that there will be no changes to the landmark 1972 law that prohibits sex discrimination in federally funded education....

6/12/2003 - Federal Judge Dismisses Challenge to Title IX
A federal district court judge in Washington yesterday dismissed a lawsuit alleging that Title IX, the landmark law prohibiting sex discrimination in federally funded education, threatens collegiate male sports teams....

5/27/2003 - Pregnant Student Athlete Files Title IX Suit Claiming Discrimination
After Tara Brady, a basketball star at Connecticut's Sacred Heart University, became pregnant and decided to carry her pregnancy to term - her scholarship was revoked and her coach told her she would be a "distraction" and should leave the school, according to FindLaw.com columnist Joanna Grossman....

4/8/2003 - Congressional Leaders, Athletes Call for Preservation of Title IX
Members of Congress and prominent women athletes spoke out for preserving and strengthening Title IX at a hearing yesterday....

2/27/2003 - Bush Commission Releases Report Gutting Title IX
President Bushs Commission on Opportunity in Athletics released its report on Title IX yesterday to the Department of Education....

2/25/2003 - Commissioners Plan Minority Report on Title IX
At least two members of the Bush Commission on Opportunity in Athletics reviewing Title IX plan to submit a minority report, charging that the Commissions recommendations to the Department of Education could negatively impact millions of women and girls....

2/24/2003 - Bush Commission Recommends Cutting Back on Women's Sports Opportunities
A draft of the Commission on Opportunity in Athletics' report on Title IX, published in an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education, ignores the continuing lack of participation opportunities and funding that women's and girls' athletics face in favor of recommendations that will increase males' participation in athletics....