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Response to Better Believe It (Original post)

Wed Mar 7, 2012, 07:31 PM

1. We have laws against discrimination

but a state legislature will propose a discrimanatory bill

the governor will sign it into law

and

there is no one who will declair it discriminatory and
take it off the books

So, states can openly discriminate and nothing happens to them?

The DA of each state should be able to declair any new law
discriminatory and stop it from becoming law. Where's the protection for the people?

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