The White House on Wednesday released a 3-minute video promoting President Barack Obama signing the bill that ends “Don't Ask, Don't Tell,” the 17-year-old law that bans gay and bisexual troops from serving openly.

The video features portions of Obama's speech at the Department of Interior and interviews with lawmakers and other stakeholders.

Outgoing Pennsylvania Representative Patrick Murphy sponsored the repeal bill in the House.

“It means the world – not just for those in the military – but for our country to see a president that is willing to do what is right, which makes our country great,” Murphy says in the video.

Also interviewed in the video is Captain Jonathan Hopkins, who was discharged for violating the policy, and White House domestic policy adviser Melody Barnes.

A gallery shot shows openly gay Representatives Barney Frank of Massachusetts, Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin and Jared Polis of Colorado seated together.

At the end of the video, Obama signs the bill into law, then says, “This is done.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)