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Military retaining more gays

Lawyers see growing acceptance in ranks

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / March 19, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- The US military allowed at least 36 gay soldiers last year to stay in uniform, despite efforts by their commanders or fellow soldiers to have them discharged under the ''don't ask, don't tell" policy, according to a review of hundreds of cases in which soldiers sought to remain in uniform without denying their homosexuality. (Full article: 978 words)

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