Submitted by Cheston Catalano
Two female soldiers say their careers have been hampered and their Fifth Amendment equal protection rights are being violated.
Command Sgt. Maj. Jane Baldwin and Col. Ellen Harding filed the federal lawsuit Wednesday to put an end to restrictions in combat positions “solely on the basis of sex,” The Hill reported…
The litigation, filed in US District Court in Washington, names Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Army Secretary John McHugh as defendants, among others.
Two female soldiers filed a lawsuit yesterday arguing that they have the constitutional right to fight on the front lines in combat. U.S. Army reservists Jane Baldwin and Ellen Haring say that the Constitution’s guarantee of equal p... Read Post
WASHINGTON -- Two female soldiers filed suit on Wednesday to scrap the U.S. military's restrictions on women in combat, claiming the policy violated their constitutional rights. Command Sergeant Major Jane Baldwin and Colonel Ellen ... Read Post
Two female officers in the Army Reserve have filed suit against the Department of Defense to overturn policies banning women from combat roles. Command Sgt. Maj. Jane Baldwin and Col. Ellen Haring claim it is unconstitutional to exc... Read Post