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01/29/2013

Report: Discrimination's cash cow running out of grass

by Jeremy Hooper

Reuters reports:

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Foes of same-sex marriage are laboring to pay the tab for an epic legal case now before the U.S. Supreme Court, as the movement suffers from fundraising shortfalls that could sap its strength in future battles.

ProtectMarriage.com, the advocacy group defending a California gay marriage ban now under review by the high court, showed a $2 million deficit in its legal fund at the end of 2011 - the third year in a row that expenses exceeded donations, federal tax records show.
KEEP READING: Exclusive: Gay marriage foes suffer from fundraising shortfall [Reuters vis WKZO]

Poor dears.

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