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12/28/2006

Meehan to give fairness another go-round

by Jeremy Hooper

 Good As You Images Picture-1-17 1Rep. Marty Meehan has announced that he will again introduce his "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"-repealing Military Readiness Enhancement Act in the 2007 Congressional session.

Though should it fail again this year, we hear he'll stop beating around the bush and rename it "The 'Good God, People, Do You Not See How Patently Wrong It Is To Deny Tax-Paying Citizens The Right To Defend And Possibly Die For Their Country?' Act" for the '08 session.

Meehan Prepares To Reintroduce DADT Repeal Bill [365Gay]

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