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05/09/2013

MN For Marriage confuses 'Respect All' with 'Erase'

by Jeremy Hooper

Meanwhile in Minnesota, this seems to be the most popular kind of sign at today's House vote on marriage:

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Such noise. The marriage bill will respect all marriages and, by extension, show greater respect to those who choose to have children. No erasure necessary or sought.

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