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Judge puts stop to ‘don’t ask’

White House has 60 days to appeal injunction on gays or let it become law

Members of various branches of the military handcuffed themselves to the fence outside the White House in April as they demonstrated in favor of gay rights. Members of various branches of the military handcuffed themselves to the fence outside the White House in April as they demonstrated in favor of gay rights. (Pablo Martinez/ Associated Press)
By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / October 13, 2010

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A federal judge ordered the Pentagon yesterday to immediately stop discharging troops identified as gay and lesbian, halting the 17-year-old “don’t ask, don’t tell’’ policy. (Full article: 958 words)

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