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03/10/2014

Audio: NOM's Christopher Plante wants people 'out there with pitchforks' against pro-equality AGs

by Jeremy Hooper

"The people" voted for Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring. In the days since a federal court judge overturned VA's marriage ban (now on appeal), the people of Virginia have seemed pretty okay with it. Not surprising, since current polling shows a sizable percentage of Americans in support of marriage equality.

So how will the pro-discrimination National Organization For Marriage change its fates? Why it will encourage folks to hit the streets with pitchforks to show their opposition to certain taxpayers' civil rights, natch. Take it away, Christopher Plante:

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