The National Guards of California, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, and New Mexico will allow transgender troops to continue to serve openly despite Trump’s ban that came into force on April 12, 2019.
The United States Supreme Court decided on Monday to hear cases of discrimination at work that could ultimately determine whether LGBT people should be protected by federal law.
The US ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, has launched an initiative against countries criminalizing homosexuality.
Trump administration has replaced the "Gender Designation Change" page with another one titled "Change of Sex Marker" on a government site. This is a hidden attempt to make believe that the law on passport gender markers no longer exists. But the current gender marker policy on US passports remains unchanged.
The US Supreme Court refused to hear the case against HB 1523 while Donald Trump’s administration is preparing a license to discriminate in health care.
Yes! Judge Marvin J. Garbis has blocked Trump's ban, which prevents trans people from serving in the military. He considers that it violates the constitution. And that a "capricious, arbitrary, and unqualified" tweet cannot replace a methodical review.
Last week, the Ministry of Justice issued a guidance document on "religious freedom" that will allow discrimination against LGBT people.
Equality California launched a lawsuit against the ban for trans people to serve openly within the military.
Transgender prisoners may also be affected by the Trump administration's new policies. It plans to reevaluate the Obama administration's policies for trans inmates.
The bad news has just come through, US President Donald Trump has forbidden transgender people to serve openly in the military.