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05/20/2013

Report: IL has votes to free itself from marital discrimination's slipping grips

by Jeremy Hooper

With just eleven days to get pass the marriage bill, this promising report out of Illinois:

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Advocates: votes are there for marriage bill [Windy City Times]

As someone who happens to love both equal rights under the constitution and Chicago-style pizza, I couldn't be more hopeful. Invite me to your wedding, and I promise to not let my ritualistic eating of the latter make me late to the ceremony granting you the former.

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