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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Lawsuit studied

Posted By on Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 6:40 AM


KEEPING HOPE ALIVE: Photo of last week's anti-Act 1 march in Little Rock. Photo by Mikaltodd Wilson

Though Arkansas's new adoption ban targets both gay and straight unmarried couples, an ACLU lawyer thinks a ruling in Florida yesterday lends support to a contemplated lawsuit in Arkansas over the constitutionality of the ban in Act 1.

RELATED: California to investigate whether Mormons fully reported their contributions to the Prop. 8 campaign.

ALSO RELATED: A history lesson for Mike Huckabee about the discrimination visited on gay people in America.

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