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Meet More Of the Couples Suing Illinois for the Freedom to Marry: VIDEO

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This morning I mentioned that the ACLU and Lambda Legal today each filed a lawsuit suing the state of Illinois on behalf of several couples seeking the freedom to marry. I also shared a video from the ACLU featuring one of the couples, together for 48 years.

Lambda Legal has put out a great video introducing the couples they are representing.

Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...

You can find out more about their case, and dig deeper into the couples' stories HERE.

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  1. Andy, your news is important, but the intrusive nature of the facebook social reading app is going to drive me away.

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    Posted by: bkmn | May 30, 2012 10:18:42 PM


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    Posted by: Ace | May 30, 2012 10:29:24 PM


  3. I could not agree more with BKMN's comment. This is a wonderful blog, but I have no interest in FB-related links.

    Posted by: John C. | May 30, 2012 10:35:25 PM


  4. What a great vid, says it all, nice, upstanding, ordinary people with kids or without, been together years, midwestern, city/country people. Heartfelt, plainly told story. This would be one of the gold standard style videos to show everyone...the relatives, even the Church scum who induce their children to sing hate songs. I hope it's seen a lot.

    Posted by: UFFDA | May 30, 2012 11:44:50 PM


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    Posted by: UFFDA | May 30, 2012 11:49:21 PM


  6. As the owners and operators of your computers, you have the right to control what happens on them. (This right is not absolute any more, and you're going to lose this right entirely in the coming years, but you currently have it.)

    That right to control your own computer is only meaningful if you know how to use it. Obtain a browser that let you use an ad blocking (or Facebook blocking, or whatever blocking) plugin, set it up, and away you go.

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    Posted by: Randy | May 31, 2012 2:00:40 AM


  7. how in the world could you people get sidetracked into this inane commentary on ads when this beautifully done vid is presented to you? geez.

    Posted by: patronsaint | May 31, 2012 4:24:33 AM


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