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“It happens every once in awhile at the federal level when the solicitor general, on behalf of the U.S., will confess error or decline to defend a law. I don’t know what is going through the Obama administration’s thought ... See the Rest

A Question of Choice Part 2

Speaking of choice, there is a persistentSee the Rest

Obama Administration Appeals The Overturn of DOMA

Attorneys from the Obama administration's Department of Justice filed a “notice of appeal” Tuesday in the case challenge to Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act. On July 8th, U.S. district court judge Joseph L. Tauro ... See the Rest

A DADT WIN (at least for now)

A federal judge ruled late yesterday that a lesbian soldier discharged under the Don't Ask Don't Tell policy should be reinstated. Major Margaret Witt was suspended in 2004 and subsequently discharged under the DADT policy ... See the Rest

A DADT WIN (at least for now)

A federal judge ruled today that a lesbian soldier discharged under the Don't Ask Don't Tell policy should be reinstated. Major Margaret Witt was suspended in 2004 and subsequently discharged under the "don't ask, don't tell" ... See the Rest

Obama Administration Defends Don’t Ask Don’t Tell In Court

The Obama administration's Department of Justice asked a federal judge yesterday to continue enforcing the military's ban on gay and lesbian soldiers, despite a ruling earlier this month that struck down the Don't Ask Don't ... See the Rest