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11/04/2012

Video: Catholic/Baptist sisters who think their personally held faith trumps shared public policy

by Jeremy Hooper

Catholic and Baptist sisters Carol Daigle, Valerie Litalien, and Cindy Terrill have been all over the Maine media in the last couple of weeks, telling tales of woe regarding marriage equality's supposedly pending wreckage. Here's the latest bout of faith driven spin, this one produced by NOM and the Protect Marriage Maine campaign:

Conveniently, Ms. Terrill has left out all details about her supposed termination of employment. I'm investigating that one.

In the mean time, please do all you can to help win equality in Maine. The bottom line is that some people feel their right to their personally-held beliefs (something most every equality advocate supports) gives them unfettered power to shut down other people's civil rights. They are wrong.

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