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07/28/2006

Courtin' for gay courtin': ACLU & Lambda keep Nebraska fight alive

by Jeremy Hooper

   The ACLU and Lambda Legal have filed a motion asking a federal appeals court to reconsider the July 14 ruling that reinstated Nebraska's previously overturned, ultra-limiting constitutional marriage ban.

Not to be outdone, we're asking everyone everywhere to reconsider their interpretations of "equal protection under the law," "freedom from discrimination," and "civil liberties."

ACLU and Lambda Legal Urge Federal Appeals Court to Reconsider Ruling Upholding Nebraska’s Extreme Anti-Gay Family Law [ACLU]

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