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09/07/2006

Appealing Arkansas ruling to go unappealed

by Jeremy Hooper

Arkansas FlagFeeling that an appeal to the state Supreme Court would be both costly and unnecessary due to planned legislation, the Arkansas Child Welfare Agency Review Board says it will not fight the June decision that declared a state ban on gay foster parents to be unconstitutional.

Relatedly, due to the fact that gay foster bans are costly and unnecessary to societal well-being, the quest to eliminate bias, gay psyches, and the principles of decency and fairness, we'd like to announce that we'll never for one second make an apology for speaking out against them with the fervor of a falsely-accused witch who's well-being is being threatened at the demonizing hand of extremism.

Board says it’ll let Legislature address ruling [Arkansas Democrat Gazette]

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