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08/18/2006

Unwed AZ heteros head str8 to court

by Jeremy Hooper

    According to the Tucson Citizen, five unmarried opposite-sex couples have filed briefs with the Arizona Supreme Court, wherein they argue that the state's proposed gay marriage ban would affect their domestic-partner rights as well.

And to the rest of Arizona's hetero citizens, we'd just like to let you know: "We once heard the proposed ban call you all punk-ass little bitches. Are you gonna take that? FIGHT, FIGHT!"

Heterosexual partners fight anti-gay-marriage measure [Tucson Citizen]

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