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05/06/2014

Thursday: North Carolina inequality activists to celebrate inevitably doomed discrimination

by Jeremy Hooper

It's been two years since North Carolina voters made the costly and time-wasting choice to put in place a marriage ban that, like all state bans, will inevitably be overturned in the years to come. This week, Ron Baity's Return America organization will gather like-minded locals to celebrate the temporary piece of discrimination that they were able to achieve (but will never be able to sustain)

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Of course it's also the two year anniversary of President Obama making his historic statement in support of marriage equality. I'm more than willing—happy, even—to let history judge these two 2012 developments accordingly.

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