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01/25/2011

House conservatives will boldly work to regress something else

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2011-01-25 At 10.01.02 AmOf course they will:

House conservatives say they will pursue legislation that would ban gay marriage in the nation’s capital.

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), chairman of the conservative Republican Study Committee (RSC), told The Hill that he will push for a vote on the controversial issue in the 112th Congress. The RSC has 175 members.

GOP to push for D.C. gay marriage ban [The Hill]

No. Stop. Please. It's unfair. We're good people.

What more is there even to say at this point?

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