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15 Years of Don't Ask, Don't Tell

Broad majorities in a new Washington Post-ABC News poll feel that gay people should be permitted to serve in the military whether or not they disclose their sexual orientation.

[Question: Do you think homosexuals who do NOT publicly disclose their sexual orientation should be allowed to serve in the military or not? Yes: 78%; No: 18%]

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Acceptance of Gay People in Military Grows Dramatically
Article | Public attitudes about gays in the military have shifted dramatically since President Bill Clinton unveiled what became his administration's "don't ask, don't tell" policy 15 years ago today.

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