The Golden State will put its considerable weight behind a case challenging the legality of Trump's impulsive ban on trans service members.
Washington is the first state to formally join a lawsuit against the Trump administration over its transgender military ban. by Sydney Brownstone Staff Sergeant Cathrine Schmid is one of the Washington residents suing the Trump administration over its trans military ban. Show More Summary
“I didn't want to believe that a tweet had that much weight on our life.”
"We will not be silenced. We are here to serve our country just as our brothers and sisters have done."
STORKOW, Germany — On July 26, when President Trump unexpectedly tweeted his plans to ban transgender servicemen and women from the U.S. military, Anastasia Biefang was more than 4,000 miles away from Washington. Still, she could not hide her shock. “It felt like a smack in the face,” said the 43-year-old German army officer, who […]
A judge’s ruling against the prohibition is just the latest in a long list of self- and Twitter-inflicted wounds.
The former Alabama chief justice and current U.S.Senate candidate is spouting more anti-LGBT vitriol, this time motivated by Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly's ruling.
The Hill reports: Republican Roy Moore leads his Democratic opponent in the Alabama Senate race by 17 points, according to a new poll. Moore takes 56 percent of the vote, while Democrat Doug Jones takes 39 percent, according to a survey...Show More Summary
Just like the White House’s travel bans, President Trump’s July decision to reverse the Obama-era policy allowing transgender individuals to serve openly in the military has been struck down by a federal judge who said several transgender plaintiffs suing over the ban are likely to win in court. The Associated Press reported that U.S. Show More Summary
On Monday, U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly blocked the bulk of President Donald Trump’s ban on transgender military service, ruling that the policy likely violates the Constitution’s guarantee of equal protection. Her decision,...Show More Summary
by Katie Herzog Protesters in Times Square after Trump announced a ban on transgender troops. Spencer Platt/Getty Images A federal judge in DC has blocked the Trump administration's ban on transgender people in the military. Responding...Show More Summary
A federal judge in Washington D.C. blocked parts of Trump's ban on transgender military service today. This means that "openly trans troops may be able to join the military starting in 2018," according to Vox. The decision comes after...Show More Summary
Today, HRC responded to the decision by a U.S. Federal Judge to block enforcement of the Trump-Pence Administration’s unconstitutional ban on military service by transgender troops. “Today’s preliminary injunction is an important step...Show More Summary
A federal judge in D.C. ruled that military members challenging the ban were likely to succeed.
A federal court has temporarily prevented the Pentagon from enacting a ban on transgender troops.
The Associated Press reports that a federal court has blocked Trump’s attempt to ban transgender military service. Story developing…. UPDATE: On July 26 Trump issued a statement via Twitter announcing that “the United States Government will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Show More Summary
Trans Comedian Patti Harrison Might Be the Funniest Person Alive You may recall her response to Trump's military ban on Fallon, but she's also worthy of a serious YouTube binge Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
The administration says legal challenges to the ban are "premature" because, it claims, trans service members haven't been harmed by it yet.
Department of Justice attorneys have asked the court to toss out a lawsuit against Donald “I will protect our LGBTQ citizens ” Trump’s ban on transgender military service members “because the Pentagon hasn’t even finalized the ban's...Show More Summary