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08/07/2014

Former governor and AG Charlie Crist: Florida's Gov and AG don't have to defend marriage discrimination

by Jeremy Hooper

Charlie Crist us running to become Florida's next governor, this time as a pro-equality Democrat. But he's already serve in that role, as well as that of the state's attorney general, then as an anti-equality Republican.

Now it's all come full circle, with Crist demanding that the current Republican governor and Republican AG, modern versions of his past self, are wrong to defend discrimination on appeal:


[Miami Herald]

He's right. He evolved, and so can Rick Scott and Pam Bondi.

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