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Obama urged to issue directive against anti-gay bias in federal contracting

  With all the advances made on the LGBT front in recent years, you might think that fight has been won. Yet closets remain in Uncle Sam’s space. Walter works in one, figuratively. Walter is a government contractor on an Army facility. He runs a small, Florida consulting firm. He’s gay and he doesn’t want […]
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