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05/25/2011

Minnesota Family Council: Proving for years that 'marriage protection' isn't the endgame

by Jeremy Hooper

The Minnesota Family Council can scrub away as many incendiary documents as they wish. The undeniable truth: This organization has been pushing "change" rhetoric and Paul Cameron-laden junk science for the past fifteen years or so:

Just a smattering of documents appearing on MFC.org from 1996-present

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*RELATED: When they say they want to 'change'/'save' us...believe them! [G-A-Y]

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