Law deans send joint letter to Congress to repeal DADT

Five university law deans sent a letter to Congress last week seeking the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," the Berkeley Law Web site reports.
Top university law deans requested Congress repeal DADT as it impeaches on their teaching fundamentals.

Five university law deans sent a letter to Congress last week seeking the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” the Berkeley Law Web site reports.

Law deans from Yale, New York University, Stanford, Berkeley and Harvard sent the letter that reads, in part, “One of our core missions is training America’s public servants and providing them with opportunities to serve in all levels of government. Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell directly obstructs our efforts, preventing some of our best and brightest from serving their country in the Armed Forces.”

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