District Court in Washington says the White House effectively a plan to end the active service of transgender servicemembers to be transmitted to the Department of Defense for implementation.READ NEXT: ‘Maybe I should just stay closeted’ Trans troops weigh their optionsIn June 2016, then Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced that transgender troops would be able to serve openly. Since that time, at least 250 people have come out as transgender and begun the transition process, according to the Associated Press.About 15,000 transgender people are currently serving in the military, according to an estimate from The Williams Institute at UCLA.The lawsuit, from the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR), GLBTQ Legal Advocates Defenders (GLAD) and several others, asks the court to declare that Trump announcement was unconstitutional and issue injunctions that would prevent the exclusion of trans service members from the military.Shannon Minter, legal director of the NCLR, said though a policy banning transgender troops has not been finalized, filing suit now because the harms are happening now, he said.are individuals who have to make immediate choices about training, about re enlistment, about health care, about the future of their families, and they have been told by the President of the United States that a ban on their future service is in the process of being implemented, Miller added. One should be treated this way, much less people who have dedicated their lives to serving their country.
Elsewhere in the midfield, Dax McCarty showed poise and got a hockey assist, and Sebastian Lletget displayed smarts and fight in a wider role than he played off the bench last weekend. And Feilhaber’s SKC teammate Graham Zusi put in another competent shift at right back, where his positioning will only improve with more reps. Jorge Villafana was quiet in a good way in the opposite corner, and young FC Dallas center back Walker Zimmerman barely put a foot wrong in his first cap..
Inaugura il 14 ottobre nella città di Milano, a Palazzo Reale, una delle esposizioni più attese dell’anno, che proseguirà la sua tournée a Roma (da febbraio) e Losanna (da giugno). La prima grande mostra antologica dedicata a Edward Hopper in Italia si preannuncia carica di spunti interessanti, a partire dalla riflessione su uno dei personaggi più affascinanti e controversi dell’arte del secolo scorso. Nato in una piccola cittadina americana sul fiume Hudson nel 1882, Hopper ha sviluppato uno stile inconfondibile, fatto di tratti precisi e visioni nette, crude e disincantate, in seguito a una serie di viaggi in Europa.