Analysis: U.S. government changes defense of "don't ask, don't tell"

02/28/2011 | Metro Weekly (Washington, D.C.)

A brief filed by the Department of Justice in the Log Cabin Republicans' case against the government regarding "don't ask, don't tell" contains a new government argument, writes Chris Geidner. "The government argues that the appellate court should not be deciding whether DADT is constitutional but should instead be deciding whether the DADT repeal process is constitutional," he writes.

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