Senate Committee Expected to Push Forward Discriminatory Amendment Tomorrow

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'With gas prices hitting $3 a gallon, millions living without health care, a broken immigration system and an endless war in Iraq, Congress should be helping make America stronger, not weaker by trying to put discrimination in the United States Constitution,' said Human Rights Campaign President Joe Solmonese. 'Whether 40 pages or one sentence, any amendment that writes discrimination into the Constitution is wrong.'

'With gas prices hitting $3 a gallon, millions living without health care, a broken immigration system and an endless war in Iraq, Congress should be helping make America stronger, not weaker by trying to put discrimination in the United States Constitution,' said Human Rights Campaign President Joe Solmonese. 'Whether 40 pages or one sentence, any amendment that writes discrimination into the Constitution is wrong.'

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