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05/27/2005

Mass. Supreme Court keeps dishing the equality

by Jeremy Hooper

The Massachusetts Supreme Court has rejected an attempt to put the kibosh on gay marriage.

Indicating the ease of their decision, the court used only five sentences in their ruling. However, we think an even more direct method would have been to announce the decision via haiku:

Legal gay unions
Massachusetts still around
The problem is hate

Simple.

High court rejects bid to halt same-sex marriages [BostonHerald.com]

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