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- Log Cabin Republicans Vote to Withhold Endorsement from President Bush
9/8/2004 - 100% relevant
Log Cabin Republicans are withholding their endorsement from President Bush for 2004.
- 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' - Stop Playing With Soldiers' Lives
1/17/2000 - 69% relevant
Gays in the military - it's back. The leaders of both parties have not said a word in years on this issue, and now only weeks from the beginning of the primary season it's front and center again.
- Bigotry in the Military
8/30/1999 - 53% relevant
The Defense Department's new guidelines on the 'don't ask, don't tell' policy may reduce some of the worse abuses against homosexuals in the military.
- Log Cabin Republicans Praises Bipartisan Passage of Legislation to End Failed 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Policy
12/18/2010 - 51% relevant
The US Senate voted 65 to 31, including 8 Republicans, to pass legislation to end the ban on gays and lesbians serving openly in the military.
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on Log Cabin Republicans v. United States of America Don't Ask, Don't Tell Lawsuit
7/9/2010 - 51% relevant
Answers to frequently asked questions about Log Cabin's lawsuit challenging the law banning gays or lesbians from serving openly in the military.
- Private First Class (PFC) Barry Winchell Murder: Anti-Gay Hate Crime Death on Fort Campbell Army Military Base
8/9/1999 - 50% relevant
Find out more about the murder and death of PFC Barry Winchell in an anti-gay hate crime in the military at Fort Campbell.
- Event on National Mall Highlights Cost of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"
11/30/2007 - 48% relevant
12,000 flags fly on the National Mall to recognize men and women discharged from the military since the enactment of DADT.
- Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Work
5/19/2003 - 46% relevant
The LEF publishes a white paper that evaluates the military Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy.
- Congressional Hearing on "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Highlights Failed Law
7/23/2008 - 44% relevant
Congress revisits Clinton's law banning openly gay and lesbian Americans from serving in the military.
- Log Cabin Lauds Army Dismissal Of Case Against Steve May
1/15/2001 - 42% relevant
The nation's largest gay Republican organization applauded a surprise decision by the U.S. Army to dismiss its discharge proceeding against Arizona state Rep. Steve May (R), a Reserve Lieutentant, and expressed hope that it would lead to better and more fair treatment of soldiers serving in the military.
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