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Federal judge rejects Trump on transgender troop limits

By Reuters

WASHINGTON – A federal judge objected on Tuesday to the Trump's "false" claim that there are no legal barrages for enforcing a dispute US judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly said in a three-page announcement that an interim injunction against the directive in 2017 was still valid.

"The defendants wrongly claimed that transgender policy enforcement was no longer hindered," the judge wrote.

A Pentagon spokeswoman said it would consult with the US Department of Justice, which commented. 1

9659007] Three more judicial decrees by judges in various cases have already been set aside, in part by a Supreme Court ruling of 22 January and subsequent petition by a federal judge in Maryland.

This caused the US Defen This division is to sign on March 12, a memo, the transgender persons to enforce their service restrictions. However, Kollar-Kotelly's injunction was reversed by a three-member panel of judges of the US District of Columbia appeals court on January 4. Appeal before the Court of Appeal on 4 January. The panel said that it would finalize the issue of a "mandate" to finalize the Supreme Court's decision until it decides on a motion by the plaintiffs who challenge transgender policy as a violation of the US Constitution.

"The Trump administration can not bypass the lawsuit to expedite its unfounded, unfair ban on transgender services," said Jennifer Levi of the anti-discrimination group GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD), which represents the agency plaintiff.

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