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04/17/2012

Video: Win or lose on Amendment 1, morning after to be filled with progress

by Jeremy Hooper

On May 8, North Carolina voters will weigh in on whether or not to tarnish their state's constitution with a discriminatory marry amendment. But no matter what happens on that Tuesday -- if principled stands prevail or unfortunate bias dupes yet another majority body of voters -- same-sex couples from across the state will wake up on May 9 and continue marching towards the inevitable:

And we will never stop. Not in any state, and certainly not federally. Our win is predetermined, even if the "when" is still unknown.

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