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03/10/2011

Lobbying in church lobbies: RI's weekly 'protect marriage' tactic

by Jeremy Hooper

If you hear a lot of Catholic doctrine at tonight's Rhode Island Senate hearing on SB 0029, don't be surprised. Because quite frankly, I've never seen any state's Catholic leadership use their church bulletin system for political purposes as I've seen over the past few months in The Ocean State:

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[St Thomas More RI -- 3/6/11 Bulletin]

Learn about the pot luck dinner, then learn why Dan and Steve shouldn't register for kitchenware of their own.

Under current tax code it may be kosher. Under the principle of civil coexistence, it's anything but.

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