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04/27/2010

Audio: #DADT in '10: Sen. Gillibrand hopeful

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2010-04-27 At 5.17.27 PmJust moments ago, in a Facebook live video chat, pro-equality Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) said the following about Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal. The question was about including repeal language in the Defense Authorization bill:

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Nothing all that new. But keeping the conversation going is itself a part of this push, and we're certainly glad that both the Senator and her constituents realize the cruciality of this issue, at this time. Didn't someone once tell us about the fierce urgency of now?

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**SEE ALSO: SLDN's Sarvis on how to thread the needle to pass DADT repeal this year [Pam]

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