By Donna Smith , Thomas Ferraro. Obama intends to sign it into law next week, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said. The Senate voted to end the year-old ban following passage by the Democratic-led House of Representatives. Democratic leaders had pushed for its passage before the end of this session since in January Republicans, many of whom did not support the change, will control the House and will have greater numbers in the Senate. Bolstering the case for ending the policy, which has seen more than 13, men and women expelled from the U.
Biden repeals Trump ban on transgender military members
Trump Bans Transgender People Serving in the Military
Under the version of DoD Instruction, This Memorandum, originally scheduled to expire on March 12, , was extended until September 12, President Joe Biden repealed Trump's memo through his executive order signed on January 25, Many women during the American Civil War disguised themselves as men to enlist as soldiers and fight in the war. During this time, women were not legally allowed to fight, however it is estimated there were more than women who were passing as male soldiers during the war.
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Congress repeals ban against gays in military
With Lloyd J. Austin III, his new secretary of defense, and Gen. Mark A. Biden signed an executive order restoring protections put in place in by President Barack Obama that had opened up the ranks of the armed services to transgender people.
Don't Ask, Don't Tell — the US military's year ban on openly gay and lesbian service personnel — has officially been repealed, ushering in a new era for the country's armed forces. In a statement President Barack Obama welcomed the end of a policy that he said had forced gay and lesbian members to "lie about who they are". The repeal, which took effect from midnight on Tuesday, was celebrated as "momentous news" by gay lobby groups across the US, who have long fought against the policy, and among the military's estimated 65, serving gay and lesbian servicemen and women. Obama said he was confident that lifting the ban would enhance national security.