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11/02/2012

Fittingly, MN for Marriage had students write these unsustainable views on dry erase boards

by Jeremy Hooper

The Minnesota For Marriage campaign held an event at a local Christian college. Here are (all but two of) the event signs that this, the campaign hoping to limit marriage within the *civil* law, posted onto their Facebook wall:

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Minnesota For Marriage [Facebook]

Take that, church/state separation!

It remains to be seen how many of these students (and at least one teacher) will put their money where they dry erase markers are and forfeit their own *civil* marriage contract and instead just take on the responsibilities of the (always-optional) religious ceremony.

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