A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has blocked most of President Donald Trump’s prohibition of transgender military service, while leaving the ban on Defense Department funding of gender reassignments intact.

Trump’s ban on transgender military service has been the target of a growing number of lawsuits since he first announced the policy via tweet in late July and subsequently issued a presidential memorandum on the subject in August.

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