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03/14/2012

Fully formed parenting: Accurate representation shouldn't be a write-in campaign

by Jeremy Hooper

A novel new campaign from a reliably thoughtful org:

Screen Shot 2012-03-14 At 11.58.52 AmWashington DC - (Mar. 13, 2012) - Family Equality Council, the national organization that connects, supports and represents the one million parents who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) and the two million children they are raising, today announced the launch of “Snap It & Send It” - campaign to bring attention to thousands of forms that fail to recognize the diversity of LGBT families.
KEEP READING: RELEASE: FAMILY EQUALITY COUNCIL ANNOUNCES "SNAP IT & SEND IT" CAMPAIGN [Family Equality]

Knowing FEC, I'm certain they'll bride groom the campaign into something good!

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