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04/09/2013

Sen Mark Pryor opposes equality (a.k.a got bad advice, just alienated younger voters, could very well get primaried)

by Jeremy Hooper

Sen. Manchin (D-WV) has said nothing, and Sen. Landrieu (D-LA) has said she supports equality on a personal but not a political level. But now we have one Senate (D) who is officially on record against equal civil rights for his constituents who are in same-sex relationships:

Senator Mark Pryor (D-AR): 'I am Opposed to Gay Marriage' [TowleRoad]

I remember the days when Sen. Kennedy was an outlier for his strong support for nondiscrimination. This is not that.

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