I hear increasingly positive things about the campaign to keep marriage equality in that state (and HRC deserves praise for helping). This ad is not coy; it's not afraid; it's real and it's true. Treating people as if they deserve the straight argument, not hiding behind euphemisms, not running from our reality, even if it may mean a little temporary discomfort. People respond to conviction, not equivocation, in civil rights struggles. So this is encouraging news:

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