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01/02/2012

Not in her House: Diana Cantor supports marriage equality

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2012-01-02 At 10.38.16 AmContinuing a trend we've seen from Laura Bush, Cindy McCain, and other prominent political spouses, Diana Fine Cantor, wife of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, has revealed on last night's "60 Minutes" that she breaks from her conservative husband on the issue of same-sex marriage:

Eric Cantor's Wife of 22 Years: Pro-Choice, Pro Gay Marriage [HAP Blog]

Meanwhile, Rep. Cantor continues to waste House resources defending the uber-discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act. So here's hoping that for their next anniversary, Ms. Cantor will gift her "traditional marriage" partner with a more finely tuned set of priorities.

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