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The U.S. Department of Defense has announced its intention to begin moving forward with implementing the Trump administration’s plan to bar most transgender individuals from...
Judge issues injunction to prevent discharges of HIV-positive individuals while case is argued in court
President's critics pan his proposed trans military ban and actions on HIV/AIDS prevention efforts
Democrats hope presence of special guests will highlight transgender service members' sacrifices and ability to serve
Equality advocates contend that alleged risks of allowing transgender service members are unfounded
Several transgender service members are asking the Supreme Court to reject a request from the Trump administration to rule on several challenges to a Trump-proposed...
Vice president of operations and strategy Andy Blevins to take helm starting on Dec. 1
Without a preliminary injunction, HIV-positive service members face an imminent threat of being discharged
After yet another defeat in court, the Trump administration is appealing Seattle judge's ruling to the 9th Circuit
Lawyers for Nick Harrison say the Pentagon's approach to HIV is outdated and not based on science
U.S. District Judge Marsha Pechman will determine whether to permanently block the ban from taking effect
LGBTQ advocates maintain that, even with exemptions for some service members, the overall ban is still unconstitutional
Spot complements full-page ad in USA Today urging Americans to express opposition to proposed ban
Defense Secretary Mattis is slated to submit recommendations on allowing transgender individuals to serve
Judge Marsha Pechman finds transgender service members likely to succeed in proving Trump's actions unlawful