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Gay Senator - What will inform her, sexuality or morality? Comments

Wisconsin is sending the first openly lesbian senator to Washington to fill one of that state's senate seats. Despite insistence that her campaign was about the issues, her sexuality was also a topic of discussion for many. She will now impact legislation on important issues. Continue Reading

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  1. Chuck Anziulewicz
    1 year ago

    Tammy Baldwins sexual orientation will no more "inform" her work than anyone else's. Why should you think otherwise?


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