Court Extends Don't Ask, Don't Tell Indefinitely

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The military policy banning homosexuals from openly serving in the military will stay in place a while longer.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday that the Pentagon can to continue to enforce the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy indefinitely while a lower court decision against it is appealed.
The 2-1 decision by the three-judge panel means Americans who are openly gay still can not enlist in the military, and those already serving could be investigated and discharged.
President Obama opposes the policy, but wants to end the law legislatively rather than through the courts.

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