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Gates, Reluctantly, Accepts ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Repeal This Week

A fresh-out statement from Geoff Morrell, chief spokesman for Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, reacting to the proposed legislative language for repealing the

Jul 31, 2020
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A fresh-out statement from Geoff Morrell, chief spokesman for Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, reacting to the proposed legislative language for repealing the military’s ban on open gay serviceand the general legislative strategy of putting the repeal in the fiscal 2011 defense authorization bill:
“Secretary Gates continues to believe that ideally the DOD review should be completed before there is any legislation to repeal the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell law. With Congress having indicated that is not possible, the Secretary can accept the language in the proposed amendment.”
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