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Prop. 107: A misguided Trojan horse (access required)

Proposition 107 is trumpeted as a way to protect marriage. But it is, in reality, an overlybroad, misguided Trojan Horse, that will take basic benefits away from Arizona citizens. On its face, it amends our state Constitution to prevent all government entities from recognizing same-sex marriage — a prohibition has already been in place in Arizona ...

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