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05/02/2012

'Vote for Biblical marriage,' paid for by [group trying to change *civil* constitution]

by Jeremy Hooper

Check out this flyer, paid for by the Vote For Marriage NC coalition and distributed via Concerned Women For America:

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At this point, it's no surprise that the Vote For Marriage NC coalition is making their entire fight against *civil* marriage (and unions and domestic partnerships) into a fight for "Biblical marriage" and "God's definition." That's their ground game in the state: religious overreach.

What is more surprising? That it's not so surprising to so many taxpayers of this, a supposedly fair and free nation that values true religious freedom.

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