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04/04/2014

Brian Brown: How dare someone trained to understand law put his opinion above a popularity contest?

by Jeremy Hooper

NOM's keyboards are surely tired of writing "condemn" or one of its synonyms:

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[NOM]

So tell me, Brian: Which of our past "considered judgments of the people of America" would you put above the judges that stepped in and did the right thing? Our history is littered with options. And in many of those past cases, public opinion was far, far below where it is on marriage equality (59% approval in latest polls).

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