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05/13/2005

Nebraska update

by Jeremy Hooper

   So Nebraska, whaddya know? You woke up yesterday to word that an anti-discrimination bill had failed, and went to bed with your state's marriage ban declared unconstitutional.

In like a lion, out like a lamb.

Of course yesterday's ruling is going to be appealed, and Judge Joseph Bataillon will be branded with the "activist" label; but for now -- let's just enjoy the win.

Federal Judge Declares Nebraska's Gay Marriage Ban Unconstitutional [AP via TheOmahaChannel.com]

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