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03/09/2011

MD Delegate Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio can oppose equality all she wants. But she needs to tell the truth

by Jeremy Hooper

Just moments ago, Republican delegate (and GOP Minority Whip) Jeannie Haddway-Riccio said this on the state House floor:

Absolute lie! Nobody in DC deemed Catholic Charities ineligible -- Catholic Charities higher ups declared their institution unwilling to comply with nondiscrimination! They determined that they'd rather stop certain services than to afford equal opportunities to LGBT couples. That choice is on them -- not us.

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*MD House debate is ongoing. Listen and follow livetweets here.

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