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04/24/2014

After death do us part: Indignity of Idaho's marriage ban threatens lesbian veteran's final wishes

by Jeremy Hooper

Like all marriage bans, Idaho's is destined to end up on the ash heap of history. But for now, proud veterans must still take time out of their mortal lives to fight for their own personal ash heaps' final resting spots:

"Protecting marriage—what a crap stain on history. America will be deeply embarrassed by this someday. Some of us just got an early start.

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