ARIZONA: TV ad released against Ariz. gay marriage measure

October 2008
Gay & Lesbian Times;10/16/2008, Issue 1086, p20
The article reports on the television advertisement of a ballot measure that would amend constitution to ban same-sex marriage in Arizona.


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