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05/11/2011

Video: MN Sen. puts public, principled face on 'protect marriage' bogeyman

by Jeremy Hooper

These anti-gay amendments are of course enraging on their faces. But that our passionate, human, life-reflective arguments lose out to fear-mongered canards and carefully workshopped talking points? Well in some ways, that anti-intellectual reality is even harder to swallow.

Today, Sen. Dibble's colleagues voted 38-27 against his family. Tomorrow, not one person will be better for it.

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