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10/11/2006

AZ's bravest and finest oppose cowardly and abysmal ballot question

by Jeremy Hooper

State-Flag-ArizonaThe groups representing both the firefighters and police officers of Tempe, AZ, have become the latest bodies to officially announce opposition to the state's proposed gay marriage ban. Though so far, the groups representing the local cowboys and construction workers...

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...have remained suspiciously mum.

Arizona voters will vote on the marriage ban this November 7. As for those Tempe residents who think they can vote in favor of the ban and still have their kittens removed from trees on November 8 -- yea, good luck with that.

Tempe police, firefighter groups oppose gay marriage ban [Phoenix Business Journal]

**Also: Arizona Anti-Gay Amendment A Virtual Dead Heat [365 Gay]

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