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05/18/2005

Queer as a 2 dollar bill

by Jeremy Hooper

   In Indiana, those who are against the state's proposed marriage-banning amendment are being encouraged to trade in their cash for the "different but accepted" $2 bill, in an effort to represent the impact that the fair-minded set has on the state's economy.

Not to be outdone, the state's marriage ban supporters will reportedly launch their own Susan B. Anthony dollar anti-gay campaign, in an effort to represent the unfair-minded set's proclivity for hanging on to antiquated notions.

Support Equal Rights for All Indiana Citizens and Rock Indiana with $2 Bills! Beginning April 25th through August 31st [Rock Indiana Campaign For Equality]

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