NOM claims Minneapolis is "forcing" marriage equality on other states, but the mayor's tourism campaign targeting same-sex couples from other states actually has something compelling to offer them: federal benefits.
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The National Organization for Marriage is attacking an Iowa ethics official, claiming she's "biased" and "unprofessional" simply because she doesn't seem to agree with its interpretations of Iowa campaign finance law.
In a debate with the Log Cabin Republicans, a spokesperson for the National Organization for Marriage attempts to use a comparison to slavery to justify campaigns against marriage equality and same-sex adoption.
As marriage equality arrived in Minnesota and Rhode Island today, the National Organization for Marriage claimed that the politicians who passed those state laws never informed voters of their intentions. This, unsurprisingly, is an outright lie.