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NOM Admits Stifling Free Speech, Apologizes, 'Vows to Turn Things Around for the Better'

Following several uncharacteristic postings on Twitter and Facebook this morning, the National Organization for Marriage's Brian Brown posted a blog saying the organization is turning things around: In the last couple of weeks you've heard some pretty bad things about...
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