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Audio: Another example of Protect Marriage Maine's sweepingly anti-LGBT agenda

by Jeremy Hooper

Carroll Conley is one of the main voices leading the effort to stop civil marriage equality in Maine. But does this agenda really stop at just "protecting marriage"? Well here, consider this, a one minute attempt to convince America that fair, inclusive service is a detriment:

AUDIO SOURCE: Faith Matters in Maine [CCL of Maine]

It doesn't end at marriage. It never ends at marriage. When we start realizing that, we'll be better off. When we start ably verbalizing that, we will win.


*RELATED: Conley's Protect Marriage Maine colleague, Bob Emrich, pushing the idea that gays can and should "change"

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