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Supreme Court allows Trump rules on transgender troops

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 22 January 2019
Supreme Court allows Trump rules on transgender troopsThe Supreme Court allowed US President Donald Trump's broad restrictions on transgender people serving in the military to go into effect while the legal battle continues in lower courts.The justices lifted nationwide injunctions...
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The Supreme Court allowed President Donald Trump's restrictions on transgender troops to go into effect Tuesday. The Justices have not yet ruled on the merits of the case but will allow the ban while the lower courts deliberate on it. The four liberal justices on the Court objected to allowing the...

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