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07/14/2006

After yearlong hiatus, Nebraska marriage ban slithers back

by Jeremy Hooper

   A federal appeals court today reinstated Nebraska's constitutional marriage ban, which had been joyously overturned by a lower court last May.

Most annoyed about the ban's return? The rest of the state's constitution, which had quite gotten used to its home not smelling like biased cow dung.

Court Restores Neb. Same-Sex Marriage Ban [AP vi MankatoFreePress.com]

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