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March 07, 2011

March 9 - Support Maryland Marriage Equality - HRC Phone Bank

You can support the effort for enacting the Maryland Religious Freedom and Civil Marriage Protection Act right here in DC

Please come out and help Maryland achieve marriage equality! On March 9th, 2011, the GLAA, GetEQUAL DC and the HRC will be working together to call Maryland voters, urging them to call their legislators in support of marriage quality.

What: Phone Banking at the HRC office
Time: 6pm-9pm
Address: 1640 Rhode Island Ave, NW

Please RSVP to Charles Butler at TrumpetDC@hotmail.com or to Adrian.Matanza@hrc.org. We look forward to seeing you all there!

Thanks in advance. We're really close in Maryland, and it would be great to score another win before DOMA and Prop 8 make it to higher courts.

Sincerely,
Charles Butler

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