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09/11/2008

FL: Board schools locals on biased amendment

by Jeremy Hooper

200809111315Earlier this week, the school board of Broward County, FL, voted unanimously to oppose the state's proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage:

Broward School Board opposes gay marriage ban [Miami Herald]

As reasons behind their decision, board members were said to have cited equality, Liberty, freedom, and a commitment to a school lunch program that refuses to serve up unpalatable, growth-shunning products whose consumption dates have long since expired (no matter how much the gravy the chefs place atop the goods to mask their unsavoriness).

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