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01/25/2013

Maine's anti-equality team seeks 'victims'

by Jeremy Hooper

I'm skeptical about this being for a reporter at all. It could be for the National Organization For Marriage's laughable "Anti-Defamation" project:

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[CCL Maine]

If this truly is for a reporter known for fairness, it will be a very short report. These cooked up claims exist in the form of press release, not journalism.

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**RELATED: Maine Poll On Marriage: 78% Claim Positive Impact Or "No Impact At All" [J.M.G.]

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