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Straight Allies/Donors: “We Can Win This Battle Against Amendment One”

we often forget that there are many straight allies out there -- and lot of them are needed to beat back A1, not just for their LGBT friends, neighbors and relatives, but for their own families -- this amendment is that far-reaching -- it would affect unmarried couples, children and seniors as well. Pam interviews on those allies, who has promised to match donations this week to help defeat Amendment One.
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