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01/15/2007

Legacy already sullied by discriminatory blight, Allard vows to bow out

by Jeremy Hooper

 Public  Images Template SenallardsmallSen. Wayne Allard, sponsor of the so-called "Federal Marriage/Marriage Protection Amendment," has announced that he'll honor a pledge he made to only serve two terms and will not seek re-election in 2008.

Though don't worry about never seeing him again, Allard fans, as the senator will surely have a prominent role in the 2015 documentary: Early 21st Century Injustice: Those Who Tried To Mask Discrimination Behind The Guise Of Family Protection.

Allard bows out, setting off skirmish [Dever Post]

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