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07/11/2012

Poll: Mainers more interested in cleaning up past stones than they are in casting more

by Jeremy Hooper

Some promising numbers from a Portland Press Herald poll:

Maine Voters Prefer Marriage Equality 57% To 35% [Towleroad]

Coincidentally, the exact same number of Mainers believe clocks should continue to run forward, that church/state separation is actually a good thing, and that the potential for more weddings with open bars creates a greater possibility for more enjoyable Saturday nights than does wanton discrimination.

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