But chances are this legal battle will drag on, potentially ending up at the Supreme Court in the next few years.
And since the Obama administration won't be around by then, whoever is in charge of the next administration will play a huge role in how this legal battle plays out — and whether there even is a legal battle.
But they’ll likely find it entertaining, too, and still relatable.
There’s a chain-stores-versus-independent-stores debate that may give young viewers pause (but would surely be informative).
Recently, I gave a talk to 300 women entitled Hope After Heartbreak.
But the recent debate over bathrooms and whether transgender people, who identify with a gender different from the one assigned to them at birth, should be able to use the facilities for their gender identity has elevated these issues.The critical turning point came on Wednesday, when 11 states filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration in an attempt to halt a federal guidance telling public schools they must let trans students use the bathroom and locker room for their gender identity.At first, this may seem like just a scuffle between the Obama administration and a few states.And finally, he stood on the floor of the General Assembly and led the fight against a transvaginal ultrasound mandate, which would’ve required all women seeking an abortion to undergo an invasive, medically-unnecessary procedure first.Parents need to know that this 1998 romantic comedy may seem old-fashioned to teen viewers, especially given the technology -- dial-up Internet access and AOL chat rooms -- at the heart of its plot.