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03/22/2007

Beaver State hate dealt one small blow

by Jeremy Hooper

Or1A bill designed to protect the LGBT population from discrimination has passed the Oregon Senate and will now move to the House for consideration.

Positive step!

Similar measures have been introduced into the legislature since 1973, yet in all of that time, none have been able to gain the support of both chambers. But the absolute worst part about the 3+ decade delay?

Bill70S

His wardrobe has remained as antiquated as the bias he's trying eliminate!

Get with the now, bill (and Oregon legislature)!

Gay-rights bill passes Senate [Statesman Journal]

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