Toomey Would Support DADT Repeal

In a “statement today, Senator-elect Pat Toomey (R-PA) announced his support for a repeal of the military’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy,” PoliticsPA reports.

Following the House of Representatives’ vote to repeal Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, Senator-Elect Pat Toomey issued the following statement supporting repeal and supporting a Senate vote at the appropriate opportunity on the Senate calendar.

“As I’ve said previously, my highest priority is to have the policy that best enables our armed services to do their job,” Senator-Elect Toomey said.  “Our civilian and professional military leadership have now spoken and said we should repeal Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.  I would support a free-standing measure to do so.”

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