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Fate of amendment is uncertain, and could be stripped out by Senate Republicans in conference committee
A new memo says military has infrastructure in place to rapidly reverse restrictions on transgender service
Letter argues that the ban is unlawful, based on Supreme Court's ruling in a recent workplace discrimination case
Plaintiffs want to keep their jobs while they argue for altering the military's deployment policies for HIV-positive soldiers
Governor announced support for transgender troops last month, but stopped short of taking action
On Friday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted on a largely party-line basis to approve the Fiscal Year 2020 National Defense Authorization Act, which includes...
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
President also cites cost of, and recovery time after, gender confirmation surgery in defending the ban
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
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...
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...
A bipartisan group of congressional lawmakers has introduced a bill to block President Donald Trump’s proposed ban on transgender troops from moving forward. Under the...