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New Hampshire puts off plans to change state motto to simply: Die

3 years agoLGBT / Gay : AMERICAblog Gay

The Democratic governor says he'll veto any Republican attempt to repeal marriage equality for gays in that state. Of bigger concern is whether the Republicans win the governor's race this coming November since the incumbent Democrat isn't running for re-election.
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