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06/06/2006

Good riddance: 'Show Me State' lawmakers remove unenforcable sodomy ban

by Jeremy Hooper

   Three years after the Supreme Court invalidated the nation's sodomy laws, Missouri lawmakers have finally removed their state's version of the "no same-sex sex measure" from the books.

Consequently, "the books" now prefer to be opened from the rear.

Missouri Repeals Gay Sodomy Law [365 Gay]

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