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    I am for equal rights of everyone. That is a level playing field for all, not a equal outcome. I am not in favor of forcing religious establishments to marry those of the same sex. I am in favor of allowing establishments turn away anyone they want for whatever reason they want. I do not support any establishment who is racist and currently I have no way of knowing of their bias.

    Tyler Scott Colford

    Senator,
    Jacksonville, Vermont

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    All persons have the same rights and the same right to dignity in the United States of America.

    Paul Rivers

    City Councilor,
    Ogden, Utah

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    I believe in equality in all forms. However I do not believe in making special exemptions for people based on race, age, religion, etc., if we truly want to be equal than everyone must be treated equally.

    Maurice Tunstall Jr.

    Commissioner,
    White Salmon, Washington

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    Michael Thomas Deeley

    City Councilor,
    Medical Lake, Washington

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    Pamela M Sossi

    State Representative,
    Harper Woods, Michigan

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    I want to help to make it easier for our citizens to vote, NOT harder like HJR53 does. HJR53 is the Republican pushed voter photo ID law. Our Secretary of State has estimated that this bill alone will disenfranchise 220,000 of Missouri’s registered voters! The estimated cost of this completely unnecessary bill, 17 MILLION dollars. Pushing voting rights backwards is just wrong for Missouri.

    Kevin Nelson

    State Representative,
    Jefferson City, Missouri

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