Ga.'s congressional delegation split on hate crimes bill
Although Georgia's congressional delegation appears split down party lines, Human Rights Campaign Communications Director Brad Luna expects a bipartisan victory on a federal hate crimes bill next week.
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#1 May 5, 2009
While Jim Marshall might have campaigned as a conservative its very obvious from his vote on the hate crimes bill that he is a true liberal. This is just another attempt by the homosexual community to legitimize their abhorrent lifestyle.
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