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02/01/2012

Maine: The most suspect of NOM's pro-smokescreen pushes

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2012-02-01 At 9.18.17 AmThe Maine Commission on Governmental Ethics and Election Practices will have to take additional steps before disclosure becomes mandatory. Plus NOM has vowed to continue to appeal this thing all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. But still, it's nice to know that the momentum towards getting America's most aggressive anti-equality organization to comply with Maine's disclosure laws is heading in our direction, not theirs:

BREAKING: US Court of Appeals Holds Maine Law in NOM Disclosure Suits [NOM Exposed]

At this point, NOM only continues to look worse and worse, with every step raising more questions. I mean, seriously -- what happened in Maine that they are so darn eager to hide?! Did the Pope himself pony up?

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