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07/05/2013

FRC makes DOMA sound even more antiquated than it is

by Jeremy Hooper

From the Family Research Council's latest round of "Prayer Targets":

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[FRC Prayer Targets]

I understand why the FRC writer would make this mistake. DOMA does seem like the product of a pre-Stonewall era. But no. It was actually 1996 when the FRC and allies duped Congress into thinking DOMA was a good and constitutional thing to support.

Oh, and just so we're all clear: It was 2013 when we knocked this horrible law down and ensured its long overdue dismantling.

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