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06/28/2012

Minnesota's ballot question: Do citizens wish to 'limit' freedom?

by Jeremy Hooper

For LGBT people and pro-equality allies, a loss would certainly feel like more than a limitation. That is, however, the language we're going with:

(ABC 6 News) -- [Minnesota] Secretary of State Mark Ritchie is announcing the title of the marriage amendment that is set to appear on the ballot in November.

It will be called "LIMITING THE STATUS OF MARRIAGE TO OPPOSITE SEX COUPLES."
Gay Marriage Amendment Ballot Title Announced [KAAL TV]

Speed = something the law should limit. But love? It can handle the acceleration!

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