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05/22/2014

Dismayed with inability to silence equality, PA's main anti-gay group says marriage ruling 'silences' them

by Jeremy Hooper

The Pennsylvania Family Institute, whose president has said that marriage equality leads God to take his blessing off his nation and whose field director has said we must develop a society where homosexuality is seen as disgraceful and shameful, claims that this week's pro-equality ruling, coupled with the Catholic Republican governor's refusal to appeal it, effectively places tape on the mouths of those who prefer to deny same-sex couples:

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SOURCE: Pennsylvania Family Institute

In a related local story, a schoolyard bully in Pittsburgh is claiming that his inability to steal the smaller kid's lunch money deprives him of his right to eat more than he deserves.

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