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Obama Silent on 'Amendment One' in North Carolina Speech

3 years agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Despite the fact that it is "causing a huge commotion" in North Carolina, President Obama chose not to mention Amendment One in his speech at the University of North Carolina today, notes Andrew Rosenthal at the NYT: The president has...
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