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Monday, 30 May 2011 21:09

House Of Representatives Approuved DADT's Delay Bill

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Bad news about 'Don' t Ask, Don' t Tell' policy, the House of the representatives approved the bill to delay the repeal of the law.

It is by a 322-96 vote that it was approved.

So now, it will be necessary the chiefs of the 4 military services agree and concider the suppression of DADT won't hurt military readiness to see the process of the repeal started.

Executive director of Servicemembers United, Alexander Nicholson, said they "should not become a cause for concern as long as our allies in the Senate and the President all stand strong” and refuse to support the bill." Then he added: "These amendments were nothing short of a waste of time by lawmakers who were sent to Washington to do serious business and a waste of taxpayer money."



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