Adam Romero

UCLA School of Law; Williams Institute

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Professor, UCLA School of Law; scholar at the Williams Institute.

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The president’s ban on transgender people serving in the military is on hold. Meanwhile, the Department of Justice is siding with an employer who fired an employee for being gay.

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