So, what's next for the marriage campaign?

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In the wake of last week's announcement that AG Ellen Rosenblum won't defend Oregon's discriminatory ban on same-sex marriage, a few things seem clear:

Of course, even as we're seeing 55% support now -- there's still 41% opposition. So, there's still a long way to go in Oregon to ensure that all Oregonians feel welcomed, no matter what happens in the courts.

All in all, I'm hopeful that Oregon United continues to push the campaign to remove discrimination from our constitution. Civil rights should have never been put up to a popular vote, but since they were and Oregonians voted to put discrimination in the constitution, we should reverse course now and vote to take it out.


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