By Dawn Ennis
President Joe Biden, on the first day of his first full week as commander in chief of the U.S. Armed Forces, ended his predecessor’s unjust ban on service by out transgender troops Monday.
With a directive to newly-sworn Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Biden told the former general to implement a policy that prohibits discrimination against all military personnel based on their gender identity. The directive requires the Pentagon to report its progress in unraveling the ban to the White House within 60 days.
“Allowing all qualified Americans to serve their country in uniform is better for the