Family Research Council expert: Judge may be hurting transgenders

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The federal judge who has put a temporary halt on the Trump administration’s ban on transgenders serving in the military could ultimately inflict damage on transgender recruits, contends a Family Research Council expert.

In October, Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly blocked the ban from taking effect while a lawsuit against it works its way through court. On Monday, she ruled there was no compelling reason to for the military to postpone enlistment of transgenders.

Family Research Council Senior Fellow Peter Sprigg says that by blocking Trump’s order until the legal dispute is resolved, Kollar-Kotelly could be the one inflicting damage on transgenders seeking to serve in the military.

“If they are allowed to join the military beginning on January 1 and then the ultimate disposition of the case is that in fact that they can be discharged, you could argue that they would be worse off than if they had never been permitted to join in the

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