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I have voted NO on Maine's Question One

I have voted NO on Maine's Question One. Here's why:



* This question is fundamentally about equality;

* All tax paying, law abiding citizens should have the full, unadulterated benefits of citizenship;

* All citizens should be able to direct and receive inheritance, decide who visits in the hospital, and how their end of life transacts;

* No citizen should be forced to take on considerable financial expense to obtain legal contracts that, essentially, finesse the… Continue

Added by Elizabeth Sprague on 11th mo. 2, 2009 at 6:51pm — No Comments

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