Sex reassignment surgery is a constitutional right for inmates, apparently. Taxpayers are required to pay for hormone treatments and in many cases, surgery.
For a couple of years Wisconsin was the only state with a law prohibiting the Department of Corrections from using tax dollars for transgender inmates’ hormone therapy or sex reassignment surgery. The measure was legally challenged and overturned by a federal court in 2010, however. The Clinton-appointed judge who heard the case ruled that denying convicted male felons hormones that help them look like women violates both the Eighth and Fourteenth amendments.
But it's bound to get even crazier soon, as the hot trend among today's American utes involves taking out tens of thousands of dollars in student loans and then defaulting on them. Some universities have resorted to suing said students, but avoiding responsibility has apparently become the new normal among precious snowflakes with inflated self-esteem. You might think they'd consider whether taking out $65,000 in loans to get that coveted Art History degree is going to be a cost-effective move.
You'd be wrong.