Socially conservative House members on Wednesday echoed their Senate colleagues' criticism of the Pentagon's proposal to repeal the military's ban on open service by gays, with the ranking member of the House Armed Services Committee expressing "serious concerns" about overturning the ban during wartime and calling for repeal without providing input from the four service chiefs.

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