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05/01/2012

Surprise, surprise: Vast majority of #Amendment1 cash comes from NOM, Catholic church, Christian groups

by Jeremy Hooper

From WRAL news:

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FULL STORY: Money totals for lead groups in amendment fight [WRAL]

On the flip side: The Coalition to Protect All NC Families (our team) has pulled the vast majority of its cash from individual contributors. So in case the obvious difference in tone and intent were not enough to push to the cause of equality, perhaps the obvious contrast between organic vs. inorganic fuel might do the trick?

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