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What Will The Mormons Do About Hawaii?

"I believe that the Mormon Church sat out most all of the gay marriage elections over the last four years because it had a far more important political cause to embrace, the election of the first Mormon president of the United States, Mitt Romney. The Church definitely did not want to become an issue in the Romney campaign. They did not want to do anything that would harm his chances to capture the White House. Now that Mitt Romney is no longer a consideration, and a gay marriage vote is coming back to the state where it all began, Hawaii. What will the Mormon Church do now? Can its leaders resist temptation and sit out next month's special legislative session? Only time will tell." - Marriage equality watchdog and 2012 GOP presidential candidate Fred Karger, writing for the Huffington Post.

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