Most Americans support the repeal of DADT. So why hasn’t it been repealed? The answer, in part, is the Constitution.
“Nothing in the Constitution or any other law requires the U.S. government to defend a law in court or to appeal an adverse ruling. Executive officials at all levels of government have discretion as to how, if at all, to proceed in court. All government officials take an oath to uphold the Constitution, and it… [Continue Reading]
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