Don’t Ask


‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Lawsuits To Remain Active

Pending lawsuits against the military ban on openly gay troops will remain in place for now, even though Congress has voted to repeal the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.



Pentagon: No Gays Were Discharged In Past Month

A Pentagon spokeswoman says no service members have been discharged for being openly gay in the month since the Defense Department adopted new rules surrounding “don’t ask, don’t tell.”



High Court Allows Gay Military Ban For Now

The Supreme Court on Friday allowed the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy on gays in the military to remain in place while a federal appeals court considers the issue.

CBS2 / KCAL9–11/12/2010

Pentagon Study: DADT Can End With Minimal Risk

A Pentagon study group has concluded the military can lift the ban on gays serving openly in uniform with only minimal and isolated incidents of risk to the current war efforts, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.

CBS2 / KCAL9–11/10/2010


Marines’ Leader: Keep Policy On Gays In Military

The new commandant of the U.S. Marines Corps said Saturday that now is the wrong time to overturn the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy prohibiting gays from openly serving in the military, as U.S. troops remain in the thick of war in Afghanistan.

CBS2 / KCAL9–11/06/2010