Court rules for lesbian officer against military

May 2008
Windy City Times;5/28/2008, Vol. 23 Issue 37, p8
The article reports on the decision of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals regarding the case of U.S. Air Force Major Margaret Witt, who was dismissed for being in a lesbian relationship.


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