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Documents could reveal who and what influenced the administration to ban trans individuals from serving openly
Defense bill will now head to Conference Committee, but Speier Amendment could be removed from final version
Under the new legal standard being applied, the government will have the burden of justifying the ban's existence
LGBTQ organizations slammed the ban, calling it a "stain on our nation's history"
Resolution calls transgender ban detrimental to national security and based on flawed medical science
Trump administration is now free to begin implementing restrictions on transgender soldiers starting on April 12
Administration cannot begin barring transgender troops until all appeals have been exhausted
Two judges on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals issued divergent concurring opinions regarding a preliminary injunction that is currently blocking the Trump administration from...
A federal judge in Maryland has lifted the last remaining injunction preventing the Trump administration from implementing its preferred policy barring most transgender military personnel...
Two transgender service members who testified before a House Armed Services Subcommittee on Wednesday warned reporters on a Tuesday pre-hearing conference call that President Trump’s...
On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that President Donald Trump and the U.S. Department of Defense should be allowed to ban certain transgender people...
Federal judges have previously ruled plaintiffs have a likelihood of success in arguing ban is unconstitutional