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10/10/2012

Most Catholic-led of all Catholic-led state campaigns uses Catholic event to oppose *CIVIL* equality

by Jeremy Hooper

Held Friday night in St. Paul:

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FULL PHOTO SET: Minnesota For Marriage

We might win all four states in the fall, or these largely Catholic-run campaigns might prevail in some or all cases. Either way, the Catholic church has doubled down this cycle, fully connecting their worldview with overreaching discrimination. The repercussions of that, especially on young people, will last long after we *civil* fairness advocates achieve full equality in all states and federally.

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