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04/01/2013

Sen. Casey (D-PA) comes out for marriage equality

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2013-04-01 At 3.54.45 PmThe right side of history gains another one:

Casey: I support gay marriage [Morning Call]

That leaves only eight Senate Democrats [Mark Pryor (AR), Bill Nelson (FL), Tom Carper (DE), Tim Johnson (SD), Joe Manchin (WV), Mary Landrieu (LA), Heidi Heitkamp (ND) and Joe Donnelly (IN)] who've yet to fully come out for the right and fair thing. So now the race is on: Who will be next? Or, perhaps more importantly: Who will be last?

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