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01/18/2011

D.C.: SCOTUS protects marriage (no quotation marks needed)

by Jeremy Hooper

Good news for D.C.:

Bishop Harry Jackson's appeal to the Supreme Court to let D.C. residents vote on marriage equality, which was approved there last year, has been rejected by the Supreme Court, the AP reports
SCOTUS REJECTS APPEAL FROM SAME-SEX MARRIAGE OPPONENTS IN D.C. [Towle]

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And with that, the last D.C. ditch is in Jackson/NOM's rear view mirror. But don't you dare think they're planning to drive off into the sunset.

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