Heritage Action Title IX Portal: Over 11,000 Grassroots Activists Fight Back

Press Releases · Sep 6, 2022

WASHINGTON – Today, Heritage Action, a conservative grassroots organization with two million grassroots activists, released a statement from Executive Director Jessica Anderson following the submission of over 11,328 comments from grassroots activists on President Biden’s proposed changes to the Title IX Rule.

President Biden has weaponized the federal rulemaking process to destroy biological sex and put our daughters in danger at school. Over 11,000 Americans rising up against this rule by submitting comments is a huge milestone in our fight against the administration’s woke agenda, but we still have a long way to go – all Americans who are concerned about the future of our children and grandchildren should add their voice and force the Biden administration to address their concerns.

The impact of the changes to the Title IX rule will be lasting and our voices are more important now than ever. If President Biden gets his way, not only will women and girls be forced to compete against biological men in sports, but they will also be put at risk in locker rooms, dorm rooms, and restrooms.


  • Heritage Action published a toolkit for grassroots activists to submit comments on the Biden administration’s proposed changes to the Title IX Rule. The toolkit educated activists on the background of the issue, the implications of the proposed changes, and gave activists instructions on the comment submission process.

  • So far, over 11,328 comments have been submitted through Heritage Action’s specialized comment portal, making the portal responsible for around 10% of the total comments submitted. The deadline for comment submissions is September 12, 2022.

  • Aside from Title IX, Heritage Action has been active in engaging grassroots activists with the federal rulemaking process. In June, Heritage Action launched a similar toolkit for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Climate Disclosure Rule. The initiative was highly successful, facilitating over 5,000 comments in one week.