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05/05/2014

Read: Attorney General on why out-of-state NOM should keep its standing-deprived nose out of Oregon's business

by Jeremy Hooper

As you surely know, the National Organization For Marriage is trying to step into Oregon courts and defend discrimination simply because discrimination is the tattered rag from which NOM wrings its financing. In a response filed late last week, the Beaver State's Attorney General makes NOM's motion to intervene sound as bunk as it really is:

6:13-cv-01834 #102 by Equality Case Files

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