Friday, November 12, 2010


supreme court don't ask don't tell

US supreme court upholds 'don't ask, don't tell' ban on openly gay troops

US supreme court upholds 'don't ask, don't tell' policy, rejecting Log Cabin Republicans' request before appeals court decision

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Anonymous said...

The highest court within the land has ruled that “Don't Ask, Do not Tell” (Don't Ask Don't Tell) will persist, as additional review is essential to assess constitutionality. I found this here: DADT military gay ban upheld by Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, a noted opponent of Don't Ask Don't Tell, was recused from the Supreme Court of the United States decision of her own accord. The 1993 law that bars homosexuals from serving openly within the armed forces will remain in effect until at least March unless Congress repeals Don't Ask Don't Tell, which is considered unlikely.

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