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By Charlotte Robinson, July 23, 2008
Wednesday the House Armed Services Committee's Military Personnel Subcommittee finally held a hearing to review "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell". Since 1993, more than 11,000 service members have been discharged under DADT which bans military service by openly lesbian, gay & bisexual Americans. Read More..... Updates to Come…..There's a fabulous new Doc on this issue called "Ask Not" Check it OUT....
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Anonymous said...

Due to this discriminatory policy, thousands of dedicated service members have been forced out of the military, depriving our nation of their needed skills. I deplore ‘Don't Ask, Don't Tell’ & applaud Subcommittee Chair Rep. Susan Davis (D-CA) for holding this open forum to review the harmful policy. It is my sincere hope that this hearing will lay the groundwork for Congressional action to end discrimination against gays and lesbians in our armed forces.

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