Top Pentagon officials testified recently on the possiblity of revoking the current “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy that applies to service members. In reponse, The Center for Military Readiness CMR) held a press conference recently aimed at “changing the terms of debate” and focusing more attention on the harmful effects that could follow from allowing gay service members to serve openly in the military.
CMR has produced a new two-page Policy Analysis entitled “The 1993 Law Regarding Gays in the Military Deserves Continued Support” that touches on several important questions policymakers should entertain before accomodating the changes President Obama favors.
Details and background on the press conference can be found here.
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