Gay Rights Activists Urge Obama to do More

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Gay veterans protested at the White House, Tuesday, and another group disrupted the president's fundraising speech, Monday night, in California for U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer.

The hecklers demanded the president do more to get rid of the military policy that prevents gays from serving openly.

Obama responded to the hecklers by saying, "Can I just say once again that Barbara and I are supportive of repealing 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' so I don't know why you're hollering."

President Obama has requested a Pentagon review of how a repeal would affect the military.

Congress will have to approve any changes to the law.

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