Watch the Armed Services Committee discuss "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" repeal and the study done by the military.
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And for those who have been closely following the story, Sen. John McCain is up now, you'll want to see this.
UPDATE: Defense Secretary Robert Gates is going over study done by military.
"It should be done and can be done without posing a serious risk to military readiness."
"I strongly urge the Senate to pass this legislation and send it to the President by the end of the year."
"Those who choose not to act legislatively are rolling the dice that the law will not be turned over by the courts."
Admiral Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, says he believes the law should be repealed and the military can accommodate such a change. "I believe the troops and their families are ready for this. Most believe they have already served with gays and lesbians."