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National Organiztion for Marriage LOSES Supreme Court Appeal – Must Release Donor Info

Well it wasn’t a RULED loss, but it is just as good and satisfying.

Today the Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal from a national anti-gay marriage group that tried to thwart Maine’s campaign disclosure law requiring it to release its donor list.

The high court on Monday turned aside an appeal from the National Organization for Marriage, which donated $1.9 million to a political action committee that helped repeal Maine’s same-sex marriage law. Maine’s campaign disclosure law requires groups that raise or spend more than $5,000 to influence elections to register and disclose their donors. The group says that it believes that releasing the donor list would stymie free speech, but the lower court refused to throw out the law.

Another day, another death knell for the Organization for Marriage, Brian Brown and Maggie Gallagher.

I love the smell of defeated bigots in the morning!


Will Kohler

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  1. My prediction is that NOM still will not release names…and nothing will be done to them for fragrantly ignoring the courts…and any law connected to disclosure. I repeat…they will refuse, and not one fine, or one day in jail will be incurred by their ignoring the law.

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