Current and Former Service Members Oppose Transgender Military Ban on Capitol Hill | National Center for Transgender Equality

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Lunes, diciembre 11, 2017

Miembros actuales y anteriores del servicio se oponen a la prohibición militar de personas trans en Capitol Hill

Since President Trump’s July tweets proposing a ban on transgender people serving openly in the military, and a purge of openly transgender service members, the Pentagon has been working on a plan to fill out the details. Two panels convened by Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis have until February to present a plan to the President.

Meanwhile, opponents of the ban have mounted a formidable defense. The Trump administration is currently facing cuatro pleitos related to the ban. Two of the judges presiding over these cases, in the Distrito de Columbia y en Baltimore, have called for a halt to the ban while their cases proceed. A judge in Washington state is expected to issue a ruling ahora.

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