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09/18/2013

IL: Individualized faith vs. shared *CIVIL* policy

by Jeremy Hooper

The Illinois Family Institute, the wholly faith-driven organization that's driving opposition to marriage equality in the Land of Lincoln, is again spending the day telling pastors (who will never have to marry same-sex couples if they choose not) that their personally-held convictions against homosexuality are reason enough to deny the taxpaying citizens of a supposedly church/state-separated of equal marriage access:

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No word what IFI will serve at the breakfast. A superiority complex, I'm guessing.

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