Do Ask, Do Tell 

A local Marine pushed for Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell repeal — and finally won.

You might recognize Tim Smith's face. Back in October 2009, Smith's image — clad in his decorated Marine-issue uniform with his right hand in a salute — graced a billboard on Poplar Avenue downtown, bearing the words, "I'm gay and I protected…

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