BREAKING: Supreme Court Declines to Hear Case That Would Allow Women in the Military Draft

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On Monday, the Supreme Court declined to hear a case that argued women needed to be included in our military draft.

Sotomayor, Breyer, and Kavanaugh all agreed that the case should be deferred to Congress.

You can read the full article by Fox News here.

The Supreme Court on Monday punted on a case that could have required women to be included in the Selective Service System – the military draft – citing Congress’ ongoing consideration of the issue.

The court denied a petition from the National Coalition for Men to hear the case on the system that currently requires all men from 18 to 25 to register for potential military service in a national crisis. The group said that the continued integration of women into the military and the reversal of the ban on women in combat removed the basis of the 1981 case that upheld the selection of only men for the draft.

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