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Topic - Zeke Stokes
"On September 20, gay and lesbian service members will be able to decide for themselves whether serving openly is something they want to do and can rest assured that they will no longer be fired and lose their careers if they choose to do so," said spokesman Zeke Stokes.
"We pay tribute to their service and sacrifice, as we look forward to this new era of military service, an era that honors the contributions of all qualified Americans who have served and who wish to serve," he said.