The Supreme Court on Monday said it won’t hear an appeal challenging the all-male military draft requirement.
The National Coalition for Men challenged the male-only military draft arguing it discriminates against men.
Per the Military Selective Service Act every male is required to register for the military draft when they turn 18.
The highest court of the land denied the challenge in an order with no dissents, however Justice Sotomayor said she agreed with the court’s decision.
Sotomayor said it is up to Congress to make decisions on matters of national defense.
“It remains to be seen, of course, whether Congress will end gender-based registration under the Military Selective Service Act,” Sotomayor wrote. “But at least for now, the Court’s longstanding deference to Congress on matters of national defense and military affairs cautions against granting review while Congress actively weighs the issue.”
The Obama regime in 2013 lifted a ban on women serving in combat roles and the