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12/14/2012

Amends for heinous amendments: Crist regrets backing constitutional marring

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2012-12-14 At 10.45.52 AmLocal media get Florida's former Governor on the record:

Asked whether he regretted decisions or positions he took as a Republican over more than two decades, Crist discussed his 2006 decision to sign a petition to enshrine a ban on same-sex marriage in the state Constitution.
Now a Democrat, Charlie Crist regrets signing anti-gay marriage petition [Tampa Bay Times]

There's going to be so much more of this in the coming years. My take: Accept the change of heart but demand the individual take concrete steps to remedy the harms done.

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