The Obama administration trys to preserve the military policy "don't ask, don't tell" after a judge ruled it unconstitutional last month.
Judge Virginia A. Phillips of Federal District Court sent an injunction Thursday requiring the military to stop enforcing the policy, but efforts were repealed, the New York Times reported.
"This policy will end and it will end on my watch," President Obama said. "I can't simply ignore laws that are out there." Government court filing's stated it would be dangerous for service members and disruptive to military rules if the policy was revoked during wartime.
According to the LA Times, The Pentagon is in talks about how to implement the policy change if Congress decides to repeal.