This from AmericaBlog.com
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals lifted the stay of the District Court's injunction against enforcing DADT. When DADT was found unconstitutional in the Log Cabin case last October, the District Court judge issued an injunction against its enforcement. And, Judge Phillips refused to grant a stay pending appeal. Despite numerous requests (including 21 U.S. Senators) that the Department of Justice not appeal this decision, DOJ did. DOJ also immediately went to the Ninth Circuit asking for a stay pending appeal, which was granted.Today, the Ninth Circuit lifted that stay, meaning DADT can't be enforced anywhere in the world.
Read the order here: http://gay.americablog.com/2011/07/ninth-circuit-lifts-stay-in-log-cabins.html