Instead, he has been a Walmart shelf stocker, an Amazon delivery driver, a substitute gym teacher and currently, a night-shift courier for a veterinary lab — all because he is transgender and therefore was banned from serving in the military. But as he has driven his shift through the dark hills of Appalachia, he has wondered if years of deferring his dreams might end after former President Donald J. Trump left office. Talbott, 27, has been trying to join the military for much of his adult life. He has a college degree, top physical scores, a spotless record and everything else that would make him an enticing candidate. That changed on Monday when President Biden signed an executive order reversing the ban on transgender troops that was imposed by the Trump administration.
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Some parents within Connecticut's high school track and field circle expressed outraged when two transgender students took home top prizes at the state championships for girls. Transgender high school sophomores Terry Miller and Andraya Yearwood came in first and second place, respectively, in the meter race at the State Open Finals June 4, angering some parents who complained they had a competitive advantage over non-transgender students. Miller, who also won the top prize for the meter race representing Bulkeley High School in Hartford, and Yearwood were born male, but they now identify as females. Athletic conference rules allow high school athletes to compete based on the genders with which they identify.