Chris Neff

Deputy Executive Director of the Palm Center, UC Santa Barbara

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Deputy Executive Director of the Palm Center at the University of California-Santa Barbara

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The law forbids gays and lesbians from the US military, but it's widely acknowledged that many serve their country anyway.

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The law forbids gays and lesbians from the US military, but it's widely acknowledged that many serve their country anyway.

Deal to Repeal 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

The law forbids gays and lesbians from the US military, but it's widely acknowledged that many serve their country anyway.

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