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2 Lawsuits Challenge Trump's Ban On Transgender Military Service

The plaintiffs include transgender people who are currently serving in the military and transgender people who wish to serve but are no longer able to do so because of the ban.
Human rights and LGBT-rights organizations filed two federal lawsuits against President Trump and members of his administration on Monday. / Evan Vucci / Shutterstock.com

Human rights groups filed two federal lawsuits Monday against President Trump and other top members of his administration, alleging that a ban against transgender people serving in the military is unconstitutional.

Plaintiffs include both transgender people who are currently serving in the military and transgender people who wish to serve but

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