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02/02/2006

Florida4Marriage fails 2 discrimin8

by Jeremy Hooper

   We're happy to report that those in Florida who were trying to constitutionally ban gay marriage in the Sunshine State, have failed in their quest to have the issue placed on the November ballot. The queer nuptials-denying crew, working under the numeral-inclusive moniker Florida4Marriage, needed to collect 6611,009 in order to give state citizens the chance to Vote4Inequality this fall, though reports indicate that they obtained closer to 455,000. How Un4Tunate.

No word on what the FL4M sillies will do with their free time now that this endeavor has gone kaput, though we do hear that they, Missouri2Ban'Mos, AlabamaForTheSt8OfMatrimony, and AmendIt10essee are all planning to enjoy some much-need R&R at a 5StarResort in 7Springs.

Marriage amendment falls short in Florida [AP via Advocate]

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