With Trump's military ban blocked for now, Nicolas Talbott is enlisting, and he's optimistic his dream will come true.
Contradicting other reports, the book Fire and Fury claims Donald Trump's decision to effect the ban in 10 minutes defied logic.
With Trump's military ban temporarily blocked, trans Americans begin signing up, with cautious optimism that the ban will fall for good.
The U.S. military will begin accepting openly trans recruits January 1.
The president attempted in July to impose a ban on transgender troops.
When Logan Downs joins the Air Force on Jan. 2, he won’t be worrying about President Trump’s determination to ban trans recruits. He just wants to be allowed to do his job.
On Friday, two more federal courts joined the choir of judges who have rejected President Trump’s ban on transgender people serving in the military, including a ruling in a fourth lower court and a second appeals court. All of the courts have held not only that the ban cannot be enforced, but that the Pentagon […]
The Trump administration is fighting in court to implement its trans military ban. Earlier this week, media reports incorrectly reported that the Pentagon would begin allowing transgender people to enlist in the military despite President...Show More Summary
The Pentagon will allow transgender people to enlist in the military on Jan. 1. But some potential recruits are deterred by the threat of a future trans ban.
A federal judge yesterday upheld a temporary pause on President Trump’s ban of transgender service members in the U.S. armed forces, according to the New York Times. That means that–for now, anyway–the Defense Department must allow trans people to enlist starting on New Year’s Day. Show More Summary
The Pentagon is set to subvert President Donald Trump’s ban on transgender people serving in the military starting next year after a district court judge denied a motion from the Trump administration to delay the enlistment of transgender troops. U.S. … More » The post Pentagon To Defy Trump’s Transgender Military Ban appeared first on EveryJoe.
by Katie Herzog Protesters in Times Square after Trump announced a ban on transgender troops last summer. Spencer Platt/Getty Images After a federal judge again ruled against the Trump administration's ongoing attempt to ban trans people...Show More Summary
Broadly headed down to Texas to interview a few trans soldiers about their experience, and to examine "how current military bureaucracy makes it easy to get rid of anyone deemed 'unwanted' by the military—with or without an official ban."
Ban or no ban, the military is up to some shady sht.
Judge Rules That Military Must Accept Trans People Starting Jan. 1, Despite Trump’s Ban A judge just said that since Trump's ban on transgender military members has been blocked, the armed forces must accept trans people starting in 2018 Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
After partially blocking Donald Trump’s transgender ban in an earlier ruling, a federal court yesterday issued a clarification that the military must take trans service members by January 1. In October, a U.S. District Court judge ruled that Trump’s… Read The post Federal Court Judge Orders Military to Accept Transgender Service Members by New Year appeared first on Towleroad.
Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, who has already temporarily blocked the trans military ban, issued a clarifying order today.
A Second U.S. Federal Court Has Blocked Trump’s Trans Military Ban, But for a Surprising Reason The Trump trans military ban has just been blocked by a second federal court for violating the U.S. Constitution's equal protection clause Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
"The president's directive is legal and promotes our national security," said a White House spokesperson.