HERO. plans to keep pressure on McCain as DADT repeal heads to the Senate

Gullickson, Glenn
June 2010
Echo Magazine;6/10/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 19, p27
The article discusses the plans of the Human and Equal Rights Organizers (HERO), a local group in Phoenix, Arizona, to pressurize Arizona Senator John McCain in retaining the controversial U.S. military policy, Don't Ask, Don't Tell (DONT). It states that the group, that held protests at McCain's offices in Phoenix and Tempe, Arizona, has plans for more actions. It mentions that McCain's move of voting against a compromise could repeal the DONT policy.


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