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04/18/2013

Delaware's 'family' group shamelessly connects polygamy to 'same-sex advocates'

by Jeremy Hooper

With a House committee advancing a marriage bill in the state legislature, Delaware's obviously worried "family policy council" (part of the larger Focus on the Family network) is trying to convince supporters that local marriage equality advocates are secretly scheming to legalize polygamous marriages:

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I refuse to repeat myself on polyamory and the far-right's increasing attempts to connect this wholly unrelated notion to marriage equality for same-sex couples. I've already done that today. I can only expend so much energy on movements that are not my own.

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