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03/19/2008

Keystone lawmakers advance stone-casting measure

by Jeremy Hooper

Pa-1Yesterday in Pennsylvania, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted 10-4 in favor of amending the constitution to ban 'mo marriage in the Keystone State:

Panel OKs constitutional ban on gay marriage [Post-Gazette]

The heaping pile of legislative cow dung measure now moves to the Appropriations Committee before heading to the full Senate for approval. And should it keep advancing down its unrighteous course towards becoming law, gays will soon move towards "No, I'd rather go somewhere where I'm respected" before heading to Pennsylvania for rest and relaxation.

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