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11/16/2006

Profs to proffer resignations over 'pro-family' handiwork?

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 1-36Fed up with the state's recently passed constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, several gay and lesbian staff members of the University of Wisconsin-Madison are reportedly considering leaving the school for jobs in other blue states.

Except, of course, for the History teachers, who know that it'll be those on the side of equality who will ultimately have the last laugh.

UW-Madison deals with fallout over gay marriage amendment [AP via Winona Daily News]

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