Margaret Witt, center, and her partner, Laurie McChesney, left, celebrate with Sher Kung, right, an attorney with the ACLU, as they leave the federal courthouse in Tacoma in 2010 after a federal judge ruled that Witt should be given her job in the Air Force back.
Margaret Witt, center, and her partner, Laurie McChesney, left, celebrate with Sher Kung, right, an attorney with the ACLU, as they leave the federal courthouse in Tacoma in 2010 after a federal judge ruled that Witt should be given her job in the Air Force back. Ted S. Warren Associated Press file, 2010
Margaret Witt, center, and her partner, Laurie McChesney, left, celebrate with Sher Kung, right, an attorney with the ACLU, as they leave the federal courthouse in Tacoma in 2010 after a federal judge ruled that Witt should be given her job in the Air Force back. Ted S. Warren Associated Press file, 2010

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