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05/19/2014

While the site was down, we won another state #Oregon

by Jeremy Hooper

As you know if you tried to access G-A-Y today, the site was down due to another DDOS attack on the host. But it's 2014 America, which means that there's a good change that something major happened on the equality front in just one afternoon of absence. And sure enough:

6:13-cv-01834 Decision by Equality Case Files


6:13-cv-01834 #119 - ORDER by Equality Case Files

Congrats, Beaver State! I already used my best lines on Twitter during the site outage, so I'll just repeat them here:

Screen Shot 2014-05-19 At 6.02.27 Pm

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