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WASHINGTON: Report Suggests Staples May Help Anti-Gay Petition Drive

In a story about the coming petition drive to repeal same-sex marriage on the Washington ballot, we find this troubling paragraph:
According to Randall, initiative petitions will be available in the next few days and eventually people will be able to find them in thousands of churches, some Staples stores and online. Referendum supporters hope to have their petitions ready by the first week of March. The petitions also will be available online. Randall said he supports both: The referendum would put the law on hold until the November ballot, he points out, and the initiative would make it more difficult for lawmakers to reintroduce the same bill.
Get on this people! (Tipped by JMG reader Jim)

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