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05/30/2013

Maine's high court tells NOM to follow the law, stop hiding donors

by Jeremy Hooper

Since the November election, NOM has had a remarkably bad streak of luck. Here's more:

Nomexposed BlogIn yet another significant legal setback for the National Organization for Marriage, the Maine Supreme Judicial Court ruled today that NOM must comply with subpoenas issued by the state’s Commission on Governmental Ethics and Election Practices demanding information from NOM and its president, Brian Brown, including the names of donors.
KEEP READING: Maine’s Highest Court Requires NOM to Comply with Law, Turn Over Donors [HRC]

FULL RULING:

ME Supreme Judicial Court, NOM donor case

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