NOM Exposed is a campaign-style operation that tracks and challenges the anti-gay National Organization for Marriage as it tries to influence elections and legislative campaigns across the country.

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Today on the NOM California tour, we’ll find out if Jelly Belly has jelly in their bellies

September 29, 2010,

Jelly Belly says they weren't aware NOM planned a rally at their Fairfield factory.



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NOM uses kids to attack pro-marriage Maine candidates

September 29, 2010,



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After the Summer FOR Marriage, What’s Next for Marriage Equality?

September 28, 2010,

Important lower-court wins around marriage discrimination, support from compelling and sometimes surprising voices, and promising new polling made 2010 the “Summer FOR Marriage.”



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HRC & Courage Campaign Reveal the Real National Organization for Marriage

September 28, 2010,

HRC and the Courage Campaign expose the truth about the so-called National Organization for Marriage.



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HRC, Courage Campaign launch NOMexposed.org: New website reveals NOM’s shady activities

September 28, 2010,



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Day Two on the NOM California tour, Part 2: Fifth-graders, pork rinds and wild traffic chases

September 28, 2010,



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Day Two on the NOM California tour, Part 1: The tour goes downhill (if that’s even possible)

September 28, 2010,



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Adoption now official: NOM the proud parent of one over-the-top Facebook wall

September 28, 2010,



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Day One on the NOM Tour o’ #FAIL, Vol. 2: NOM’s California Dreamin’ that anyone would come to their

September 28, 2010,

Day One of NOM's California bus tour sees low turnout.



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They’re baaaaaack: NOM launches new bus tour across California today — and the NOM Tour Tracker will

September 27, 2010,

NOM is launching a new bus tour, this time crisscrossing California in support of U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina.



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