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Will state of Sunshine block gay Rays?

by Jeremy Hooper

200801301014Not only was yesterday primary election day in Florida, but it was also the deadline for the petitions designed to put a gay marriage amendment on the state's ballot being returned.  That being the case, both sides of the issue (the right one and the one that wants gays unmarried) were out in force at the polls, hoping to recruit for their side:

Gay marriage not on ballot, but still an issue at polls Tuesday [Sun Sentinel]

It remains to be seen if the would-be equality-stiflers managed to collect enough fuel for their freedom-thwarting caboose, and if they'll ultimately be successful in getting the proposed historical misstep on the state's November ballot.  But we'll certainly hold out hope that the land of hanging chads will not completely hang out to dry the rights of Chad and his partner Steve

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Marriage is between people. Why the state needs to be involved is a puzzle. Does it matter?
Reg Adkins of

Posted by: Reg | Jan 30, 2008 10:59:43 AM

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