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Finally. Well, not finally. . .it ain't over yet. But at least it's something. I still want to know why the military has to "study" how to end a policy that is fairly binary. Repeal it or don't, what's to study?
Deal Reached for Ending Law on Gays in Military
President Obama, the Pentagon and leading lawmakers reached agreement Monday on legislative language and a time frame for repealing the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy, clearing the way for Congress to take up the measure as soon as this week.
It was not clear whether the deal had secured the votes necessary to pass the House and Senate, but the agreement removed the Pentagon’s objections to having Congress immediately repeal the contentious 17-year-old policy, which bars gay men and lesbians from serving openly in the armed services. . .
Read more at: New York Times