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04/19/2012

NOM is a religious group, example #9,435,123

by Jeremy Hooper

It takes a lot of time, effort, and money to secure both the [dot org] and [dot com] versions of a certain domain name for every state in the union. But that's exactly what NOM, a group supposedly focused on the debate as it pertains to *CIVIL* marriage equality, has done with www.clergyformarriage[insert state name].com/.org :

[ Whois Records, ClergyFor[statename] ]

Weird, NOM hasn't made any purchases under a www.ConstitutionalLawyersForMarriage[insert state name].com setup. Must be an oversight.

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