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08/07/2006

CT Supremes say no to 'family' group; Diana Ross' Supremes say 'think it oh-oh-ver'

by Jeremy Hooper

  The Connecticut state Supreme Court has denied a request from the anti-gay Family Institute of Connecticut to intervene in a lawsuit seeking to legalize same-sex marriage in the state. Which is, of course, good news for those who like it when the pursuit of justice goes unmarred by the presence of duplicity; bad news for fans of false facts and junk science!

FIC reportedly wanted to enter the case so that they could "present evidence that is says shows children are hurt by living in gay and lesbian homes." And see, even in intent they're being untruthful, as everyone knows that homes don't have sex (gay or straight). They don't even have genitalia, for crying out loud! Gosh, FIC -- even an unharmed child of gay parents knows that!

State Supreme Court rejects bid to enter gay marriage fight [AP via Boston Globe]

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