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12/09/2010

DADT vote around noon. Possibly, maybe, we think, perhaps.

by Jeremy Hooper

The cloture vote pertaining to Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal is reportedly scheduled for around noon today (Eastern time).

All eyes on Sen Susan Collins (R-ME). When it comes to whether or not we will repeal our lunch, much of the fate lies with that particular moderate.

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*UPDATE: 2:40 and still no vote. Maybe soon, maybe not.

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*MAJOR (and majorly terrible) UPDATE: 57-40 #DADTFAIL

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