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08/26/2014

With marriage fight lost, Maggie Gallagher (Srivatav) moves to more neighborly writing

by Jeremy Hooper

With the discriminatory cause that defined her professional life now all but settled (by her own admission), longtime anti-equality activist Maggie Gallagher Srivastav has found a new creative outlet. The National Organization For Marriage cofounder has joined the staff of her local community's newsletter, where she writes profiles of her Alexandria, VA, neighbors as well as a monthly real estate report:

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[Pinewood Lake HOA]

No word if Maggie's political life ever spills over into this forum. Though I do here she recently raged against a homeowner who tried to put a Daisy and an Iris in the same flower bed, insisting that every household must include only one mum at a time.

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