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11/15/2010

When it comes to basic equality, nobody should be on the fence

by Jeremy Hooper

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The Ghosts of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell: Moving Forward [Talk About Equality]
DEVELOPING: 13 GetEQUAL Activists Chain Themselves To White House Fence To Demand DADT Repeal [NCRM]
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*RELATED DADT developments: Sen. Joe Lieberman Calls On Pentagon To Immediately Release DADT Survey [J.M.G.]

*RELATED Video from today's protest:

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