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04/01/2014

GOP in Nevada's most populous county stops placing bets on marriage discrimination

by Jeremy Hooper

Republicans in the Las Vegas, NV, area are giving social conservatives nationwide a first taste—an amuse-bouche, if you will—of what they can all expect in a few short years:

Marriage definition pulled from Clark County GOP platform [AP via Las Vegas Sun]

This move comes in the same month that the Oregon GOP voted to actively support marriage equality, and of course the same year that monumental change has swept this land from coast to coast. Might this be the same decade that the Grand Old Party saves itself from its recent past (/unfortunate present)?

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