No formal reprimand for general who pushed gay ban
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A high-ranking Army general won't be formally reprimanded after urging troops to lobby to keep the ban on openly gay military service.
President Barack Obama supports lifting the ban, and an active attempt to keep it in place could be considered insubordination.
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