Jim Dabakis

Utah State Senate

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Democratic state senator in Utah, representing the 2nd District, and Utah's only openly gay legislator, 

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It's been seven years since the Mormon Church financed the anti-gay-marriage measure Proposition 8, in California. Times have changed.

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It's been seven years since the Mormon Church financed the anti-gay-marriage measure Proposition 8, in California. Times have changed.

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Seven years ago, the Mormon Church was a major organizer and financial sponsor behind the anti-gay-marriage measure Prop 8.

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Seven years ago, the Mormon Church was a major organizer and financial sponsor behind the anti-gay-marriage measure Prop 8.

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