Women In The Military

"We are low-paid. We risk mental health trauma. And we are constantly pushing back against an assumption we do not merit our position...because we’re women."
A "men's rights" group argues the Military Selective Service Act violates the equal-protection clause in the Constitution.
“It’s OK to turn the insult into an educational moment,” JoAnn Ortloff said.
The lieutenant is expected to graduate from the grueling Infantry Officer Course on Monday.
It had bipartisan support, but some Republicans just didn't like the idea of sending daughters into war.