Associated Press reports. It’s the second one to contest the law, which was enacted last year, but the previous suit was dropped when the plaintiffs moved to another state.The new suit was brought by the Human Rights Campaign and the Linklaters law firm on behalf of an 8-year-old identified as D.H.

and her parents, A.H. and E.H. It names the Tennessee Department of Education, the Williamson County Board of Education, and their leaders as defendants.D.H.

began transitioning socially two years ago. In January, however, administrators at her school said she could not use the girls’ restroom because of the Tennessee law.