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04/23/2013

Every Republican In Rhode Island Senate supports freedom to marry

by Jeremy Hooper

The Rhode Island Senate Republican Caucus just sent over a press release sharing the good word:

201304230910 As a united Senate Republican Caucus, we are proud to add our voices to reaffirm the principles of freedom and equality under the law.

Rhode Island Senate Republican Caucus

Senator Dennis Algiere
Senator David Bates
Senator Dawson Hodgson
Senator Nicholas Kettle
Senator Chris Ottiano

*Note: The Rhode Island Senate GOP Caucus the first legislative caucus of either political party in any state to unanimously support the freedom to marry.

Sure, there are only five of them. But still—a united block? That's a HUGE statement!

Your turn, Mississippi GOP.

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