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AGs 2B N CT: Where they stand on DOMA

by Jeremy Hooper

AG-CTSix candidates are contending for Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal's seat. Now, thanks in major part to the efforts of Boston College Law student Paul Sousa, we know where all six stand on Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley's federal lawsuit taking on DOMA.

Perhaps not surprising: The three Republican candidates have pretty much vowed to stay out of the lawsuit (regardless of personal opinions on marriage), while all three Democratic candidates are rarin' to help Coakley make DOMA go the way of the DODO. Bay Windows has much, much more:

CT attorney general candidates pledge to join fight against DOMA [Bay Windows]

Also: Here's the Facebook page that Sousa started: Marriage Equality is CT law: Ask the AG candidates if they'll defend it! [F'Book]

In related news: None of the six are willing to help Martha Coakley slash the tires on Scott Brown's famous truck, or to find an unsuitable suitor for his one available daughter. So don't ask.

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