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Hillary Rodham Clinton, President Clinton and Vice President Al Gore have been speaking publicly about problems with the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy regarding homosexual Americans serving in the armed forces. A panel talks about the ways in which the policy has failed and ways it has succeeded, and how it could change.
- Dana Priest Investigative reporter for "The Washington Post" and author of "The Mission: Waging War and Keeping Peace with America's Military"
- Dickson Osborne Co-executive director fo Service Members Legal Defense Network
- Lawrence Korb Senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, and former Assistant Secretary of Defense in the Reagan administration.
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