WASHINGTON • Military chaplains can lead same-sex wedding
ceremonies on and off military bases, the Pentagon announced
Friday, in a move that closely followed the repeal of a ban on
openly gay service members.
"A military chaplain may participate in or officiate any private
ceremony, whether on or off a military installation, provided that
the ceremony is not prohibited by applicable state and local law,"
wrote Undersecretary of Defense Clifford Stanley.
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