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11/23/2005

More Wisconsin lawmakers hop on marriage-bannin' caboose

by Jeremy Hooper

   According to The Capital Times newspaper, a resolution seeking to constitutionally ban same-sex marriage in Wisconsin has gained nine new co-sponsors since first being introduced in 2003, a development which doesn't bode well for the state's marriage-seeking 'mos.

According to us, public realization regarding the disturbingly discriminatory nature of these constitutional bans will continue to grow in the coming years, a development which won't bode well for those who chose to birth these bigoted babies.

Gay nuptial ban gains sponsors [The Capital Times]

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