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03/08/2013

CPAC in a nutshell: 'They didn't invite Christy [sic] but [NOM's] Dr. J will be there!'

by Jeremy Hooper

From the latest email blast of the National Organization For Marriage's Ruth Institute:

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(CPAC is the Conservative Political Action Conference, for the non-politicos. They pointedly exclude LGBT groups.)

I'll let the GOP sort out these questions for themselves. I will, however, encourage folks to know and understand what Dr. Roback Morse will be bringing to the party.

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