Explosive NOM Documents Now Available to View

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 Karger Responsible for Maine Investigation Which Produced Treasure Trove of NOM Documents

On October 1, 2009 Fred Karger and Danielle Avele took on Brian Brown and his army of NOM attorneys from Bopp, Coleson & Bostrom before the Maine Ethics Commission in Augusta.  They took on NOM, charging them with money laundering in that state’s Amendment 1 election after filing a 72 page sworn complaint.  The Commission then voted to investigate the National Organization for Marriage.  Then NOM sued Maine to invalidate its election law that requires donor disclosure.  Over two years later, the results of NOM’s lawsuit and that investigation have produced documents, revealed by the HRC, that show the underhanded and likely illegal ways in which NOM, its Board of Directors and its supporters operate.

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Rights Equal Rights (formerly Californians Against Hate) was founded in July 2008, just after Proposition 8 qualified for the November 4th ballot. We wanted to draw attention to the major donors to the Yes on 8 campaign. These opponents of same-sex marriage spent over $2 million just to qualify this constitutional amendment to take away our newly acquired freedom to marry. If these individuals, businesses, and organizations are so adamant in their desire to turn back the clock and take away our civil rights, then the gay community, our families and our friends will fight back