May 25, 2010 /EIN Presswire/ — “Don’t-ask, don’t-tell,” the controversial ban on gays serving in the military, may be repealed by Congress with President Obama’s blessing as early as this week.
While the legal wall barring gay military service may fall, the ban won’t be lifted until the Pentagon study of the impact of repeal has been completed. That study is on track to wind up later this year.
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