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12/07/2005

Majority of Wisconsin Senators vote in favor of tarnishing their legacies

by Jeremy Hooper

   Unsurprisingly, the Wisconsin Senate has voted in favor of amending their state Constitution to ban gay marriage and civil unions.

More surprising, however, is that the 'aye'-declaring lawmakers are all still reportedly able to live with themselves.

Senate approves amendment to ban gay marriage, civil unions [AP via DuluthSuperior.com]

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