February 9, 2010 | by Chris Johnson
Senate DADT hearing postponed

The Senate Armed Services Committee has postponed a hearing on “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” that was originally set for Thursday.

Chairman Carl Levin (D-Mich.) had planned for committee members to hear from a panel of expert witnesses on the issue. The list of witnesses hadn’t been announced prior to the postponement of the hearing.

The cancelation notice for the hearing doesn’t give a date for when the testimony will be rescheduled.

The Senate Armed Services Committee has canceled or postponed a number of hearings this week on issues other than “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” D.C. is facing record snowstorms inhibiting much of the work of the federal government.

Chris Johnson is Chief Political & White House Reporter for the Washington Blade. Johnson attends the daily White House press briefings and is a member of the White House Correspondents' Association. Follow Chris

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