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Plaintiffs are being discharged despite receiving support of commanding officers and meeting medical and physical requirements to serve
Federal judges have previously ruled plaintiffs have a likelihood of success in arguing ban is unconstitutional
Judge reiterates that "revised" plan to ban transgender service members isn't substantially different from a sweeping ban
Plaintiffs say "new" Pentagon policy is no different from previous, more sweeping ban on transgender service members
Letter from congressmembers notes that DOD report "cherry-picked" outdated scientific studies to justify a ban
U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis clashed with U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) while trying to justify President Trump’s transgender military ban during an Armed...
Plaintiffs in Stockman v. Trump ask to keep in place an order preventing the Trump administration from instituting a ban
AMA: Secretary Mattis "mischaracterized and rejected" science surrounding gender dysphoria in pushing for ban
But uncertainty lingers around the recommendations the Pentagon will make regarding a proposed transgender ban
Defense Secretary Mattis is slated to submit recommendations on allowing transgender individuals to serve
Members of Congress decry Trump administration's "relentless assault" on transgender community
More than 100 members of Congress have written a letter to U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis asking him to provide copies of communications between...
New guidance released last week by the Pentagon will allow currently serving transgender service members to re-enlist in the next several months until the Department...
Amendment would force Department of Defense to continue reviewing open deployment of trans troops
Pentagon and Homeland Security to convene panel of experts to determine how best to implement ban