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03/19/2013

Pro-gay artist gets NOM 'March For Marriage' ad yanked on copyright grounds

by Jeremy Hooper

The thing is, you can't just use a pro-equality artist's music in your pro-discrimination ad spots without first obtaining the artist's permission. If you do, this might happen:

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As you might remember, I informed Herzig of the usage last week, at which point she stood up strongly for the right side of history:

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Now maybe if I inform the English language of how fully NOM is misusing and abusing phrases like "protect marriage" and "family values" without either the right or capital to do so, it too will rise up and put those violations to rest.

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