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The Trump administration's outdated "Deploy or Get Out" policy puts hundreds of HIV-positive servicemembers at risk of being discharged. Sgt. Nick Harrison refuses to go...
A D.C. federal judge rejected the administration's argument that its new ban wasn't as bad as the original one
Without a preliminary injunction, HIV-positive service members face an imminent threat of being discharged
The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund has filed an amicus brief urging the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to rule that President Trump’s...
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Letter from congressmembers notes that DOD report "cherry-picked" outdated scientific studies to justify a ban
Lawyers for Nick Harrison say the Pentagon's approach to HIV is outdated and not based on science
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
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
The White House quietly announced new policy that will ban most transgender people from serving in the military
Defense Secretary Mattis is slated to submit recommendations on allowing transgender individuals to serve
Amici states argue that a ban on transgender service members is discriminatory and unconstitutional
At least eight transgender people have filled out the paperwork to become part of the U.S. Air Force since the Pentagon issued guidance earlier this...