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Ex-military leaders in cabinet posts: Why lawmakers may give Gen. Mattis a waiver

Christian Science Monitor Thursday, 12 January 2017
James Mattis, a retired general nominated for secretary of Defense, does not meet the requirement that secretaries have been retired from the military for seven years. Why some Democrats may give him a pass. 
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News video: Mattis: No Change to LGBT, Women Military Policy

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Retired Marine Gen. James Mattis says he has no intention of rolling back changes in defense policy that allow LGBT personnel to openly serve in the military. (Jan. 12)

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