As a Congressional panel hears the case for, and against, repeal of the controversial 1993 military policy preventing gay and lesbian personnel from serving openly, some Republican representatives maintain that the policy ought to remain in place.
Among those supporting the status quo is Senator Larry Craig (R-ID). ‘Current policy has served us well,’ Senator Craig told CNSNews.com. ‘I think we ought to sustain it. I see no evidence that it should be repealed.’