Repealing don't ask don't tell May be Accomplished by February

Application of the new law allowing gays to serve openly in the military is expected to begin in February said Pentagon leaders.
They said they have no intention to delay applying the law, but they didn't guarantee that don't ast don't tell would be fully repealed by the end of the year acording to The Star Tribune. This stems from a report that a federal appeals court in San Fransisco had denied the government's request to delay a don't ask don't tell lawsuit according to The Chicago Tribune. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco issued an order Friday requiring the Department of Justice to argue why they should overturn a judge who said don't ask don't tell was unconstitutional.

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