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the discriminatory "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy

Until seven years ago, some members of our military had to hide their true selves from colleagues and friends.

When the discriminatory Don't Ask Don't Tell policy was repealed on September 20, 2011, the U.S. made right on its promise of equality for all.

Brave men and women came out of hiding to say: "This is me. This is who I am. And I serve because I love my country. Our military is stronger for it."

I am proud to live in a country that corrects mistakes and steadily makes progress toward true equality.

But our progress is threatened by a White House and Congress that don't value equal rights. You know where my opponent, Dana Rohrabacher, stands: he thinks it's okay to discriminate based on sexual orientation.

Expanding and preserving equal rights requires constant vigilance. Let's get the extremists out of Washington, D.C. Pitch in right now.

I will always stand with our brave members of the military. And on the side of equal rights for every American.


Posted on September 20, 2018 in Campaign Updates.

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