Supreme Court Says Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Stands, For Now
The Supreme Court has denied a request by the Log Cabin Republicans to lift the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell military policy preventing gays from serving openly.
The Log Cabin Republicans had won a district court ruling last month that found the policy was unconstitutional and barred the military from enforcing it. The Obama administration appealed to the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and won permission to continue enforcing it while that court reviewed the case.
The Log Cabin Republicans asked the Supreme Court to immediately intervene and lift the stay.
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