Don’t be fooled by the National Organization for Marriage’s public bravado and supposed unstoppable appearance.
Behind the facade,the organization seems to be ever so slowly but surely heading towards a precipice and the thing nudging it along the way is the state of Maine.
NOM was successful in its ballot initiative to overturn Maine’s law allowing marriage equality in 2009. But it was a messy win which is turning out to be a pyrrhic victory (a win which ends up biting the victor in the ass) for the organization.
NOM continues to fight against the state’s public discloure laws, losing at every turn. The latest loss for NOM came yesterday:
A federal appeals court is denying a request for a new hearing in a public-disclosure case stemming from Maine’s 2009 same-sex marriage campaign.
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