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07/15/2005

State of Dorothy to ban adoption by 'friends of Dorothy?'

by Jeremy Hooper

  Kansas Rep. Steve Huebert (pic.) is pushing fellow lawmakers to investigate the right of the state's gays to adopt foster children. Heubert tells the Lawrence Journal-Word that he is pursuing the matter on behalf of a constituent who was "concerned that a lesbian couple might be allowed to adopt her granddaughter, who was in foster care."

Clearly, that constituent really detests women's golf. Damn LPGAphobes!

Kansas law currently doesn't speak on the matter of gay individuals adopting; here's hoping that when it does begin to talk, its fluency in the false compassionate, code word-laden tongue of "pro-family" will be seriously lacking.

Legislator questions adoption by gays [LJWorld.com]

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