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01/31/2011

Marriage of church bulletin and state: Rhode Island edition

by Jeremy Hooper

Not surprising that it's happening in Rhode Island, since it happens in every state where marriage goes before the legislature or the local public. But still interesting/frustrating/eye-opening to see the way the Catholic church organizes and utilizes the weekly bulletin system in order to lobby against our *CIVIL* rights:

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But hey, it's not like they get any tax breaks to print this material advocating against your family's own financial fairness. Oh wait a minute...

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