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08/20/2013

UPDATE: Maggie Gallagher says 'ex-gay' press release was not hers

by Jeremy Hooper

Remember that press release in which Maggie Gallagher chastised Gov. Christie for banning "ex-gay" therapy for minors? She now says it was put out and attributed erroneously:

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This is a weird turn. Maggie is the board chair of the organization that put out the release. Maggie has also been defending the "right" of "ex-gay" therapy operations all summer long. But now we are to believe that this organization, which she seemingly plays a role in stewarding, put out a press release with multiple comments falsely attributed to her?

Odd.

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**UPDATE: Maggie Gallagher issues actual response to Gov. Christie (which is just like the one she says was issued in error) [G-A-Y]

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