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11/30/2006

Unsurprising yet still annoying development: All seven justices to decide on Mass. marriage vote

by Jeremy Hooper

 Courts Courtsandjudges Courts Supremejudicialcourt JcowinJudith Cowin (pic.), the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Justice who earlier today heard arguments on whether or not the high court should force a state vote on gay marriage, has decided that the full seven-member panel should join her in deciding on the matter.

The full court hearing will be held on December 20 -- just five shopping around discriminatory bullsh*t days before Christmas!

Entire SJC To Hear Arguments On Gay Marriage Vote [AP via CBS 4]

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