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12/06/2011

6-2: Raleigh City Council calls discrimination what it is

by Jeremy Hooper

I told you to expect a vote. Now I'm happy to report that vote's positive outcome:

Raleigh City Council Passes Resolution Opposing Anti-LGBT Amendment, 6-2 [Equality NC]

One of the two dissenters, John Odom, said he supports "traditional marriage." The other dissenter is named Bonner Gaylord, so I suspect he went the other way simply so the anti-equality crowd will have to applaud "Bonner Gaylord" in their press releases.

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