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Interesting strategy: Hawaii opponents admit that Hawaiians support marriage equality

by Jeremy Hooper

I don't think I've ever seen this before. On the "Let The People Decide on Marriage" site that the anti-equality forces in Hawaii have set up as a way to trip up the marriage equality bill, the coalition includes this talking point:

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And they're right, polls do show that. Which is just another reason why the legislature and governor, both in place by the people of Hawaii, should go ahead and act on the people's wishes.

Thanks for the reminder, folks!

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