But Hunter’s gamble that committee members would shy away from forcing women into the draft backfired when a slim majority — including five Republicans — opted to endorse the measure by a vote of 32 to 30. 2943), which included a provision stating that “The duty to register [with the Selective Service] imposed on male citizens and persons residing in the United States shall apply to female citizens of the United States and female persons residing in the United States who attain the age of 18 years on or after January 1, 2018”: In the latest and perhaps decisive battle over the role of women in the military, Congress is embroiled in an increasingly intense debate over whether they should have to register for the draft when they turn 18. Hunter’s amendment was stripped from the final House version of the bill, so a conference committee between the House and the Senate will be required to reconcile the two bills.
[T]he Senate approved an expansive military policy bill that would for the first time require young women to register for the draft. Even if the provision requiring women to register remains in the reconciled version, that bill still must be approved by the full House and signed by the President. The Selective Service has no function outside of a draft (or at least the possibility of a draft), but unless and until Congress reauthorizes conscription for the U. military, registration entails no other obligation.
If you’re over the age of 16, you can register with a GP by yourself.
You can find a list of local GP’s in your area on the NHS website.
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