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
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.
President Donald Trump announced in 2017 a plan to banish transgender people from the military, and overturned the policy of former Democratic President Barack Obama to allow tsang's transgender forces to serve openly and receive medical transitional care.
In March 2018, Trump supported a revised policy of then-Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. In certain circumstances, transgender people with gender-specific dysphoria or due to conflicts between gender and gender identity have been banned.
The Mattis Directive also banned transgendered individuals seeking or undergoing gender transition stages.
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