Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will reportedly announce the military's new policy on transgender troops by Wednesday.
The Obama administration officially allowed transgender troops to serve openly in 2016, but President Donald Trump tweeted in July he'd reverse that move. Those tweets set off six months of legal fights.
We don't know what the Pentagon's new policy will be, but based on a statement by a judge earlier this month, it seems likely to continue some sort of ban.
Justice Department lawyers reportedly told that judge they couldn't comply with a ruling against the so-called "trans ban" because they'd be "defending" a new policy soon.