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01/17/2007

'I solemnly swear to overturn backwards measures'

by Jeremy Hooper

By a margin of 14-4, the Madison, WI, city council voted last night to approve a measure that allows city officials to voluntarily register their opposition to the state's gay marriage ban when they take their oaths of office (which we told you about on Monday).

Enlightened!

The measure is believed to be the first of its kind anywhere in the nation, a fact that makes the uber-progressives in Berkeley wonder where they went wrong.

Council OKs protest oath [Wisconsin Journal]

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