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05/29/2012

Maryland Marriage Alliance turns to 'corporate' prayer; that's one way to get Mitt's attention, I guess

by Jeremy Hooper

As the Maryland Marriage Alliance ramps up their campaign to stop the recently-passed-and-signed marriage bill from taking hold, the coalition is again turning to religion to stop our civil marriage rights. In fact, the MMA has hired a prayer coordinator who hopes to turn the whole thing "corporate":

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Is the question really whether or not God is "big enough," or it whether God is misprioritized enough to enter into a state referendum designed to do nothing more than make life harder for certain kinds of human families? You decide.

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