Did the City of Nashua, New Hampshire Violate the Constitution?

Did the City of Nashua, New Hampshire Violate the Constitution?

The City of Nashua, New Hampshire took down a “Save Women’s Sports” flag flying on a government building. Even after being notified of the Shurtleff v City of Boston verdict which clearly upholds equal access under the law, they refused to reinstate it, flagrantly violating the constitution.

Beth Scaer joins Hal to discuss actions from “no puberty blockers for children” to saving women’s sports, and wonder outloud —  “Where are the women?” “Why are they applauding men winning female beauty contests and competing in women’s sports?”

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Hal Shurtleff
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Harold “Hal” Shurtleff is the co-founder of Camp Constitution, an all-volunteer association first formed in 2009 in Massachusetts. The camp offers classes and workshops on a number of subjects including U.S. history, the U.S. Constitution, current events, and how to be a freedom activist. Hal serves as the Camp’s director while in session. Throughout the remainder of the year he operates a radio show, delivers addresses to groups large and small, publishes books and other material, hosts a blog, and manages a YouTube channel and several social media outlets.