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Gay Marriage at Risk in New Hampshire

By Charlotte Robinson, February 17, 2010
UPDATE: The New Hampshire House voted 210-109 to kill a bill to repeal the gay marriage law. An hour earlier, the House voted 201-135 to kill a proposed constitutional amendment that would have defined marriage as between one man & one woman. We went through this for 3 years after gay marriage was passed in Massachusetts. Finally in June of 2007 the State House voted to end this discrimination. There will always be people trying to take away the rights of a minority. It’s time the Obama administration stands up to these homophobes & gets rid of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) & puts an end to subjecting our LGBT community to this hate. Updates to Come...:)
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