Groups hope Pentagon study on gays sways Congress
from The Washington Post
Gay rights advocates said they hoped Congress will be moved to repeal the law known as "don't ask, don't tell" after a Pentagon study found it could be done with little harm to the military. The Senate is expected to vote soon on ending the 17-year-old legislation barring gays from serving openly in the armed forces. Several senators, including Olympia Snowe, R-Maine, and Jim Webb, D-Va., have said they wanted to see the study's findings before deciding how to vote.
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