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Topic - Ian Grady
Employers and college officials in several states no longer can ask people to pony up their Facebook passwords. Drivers in Florida earn the right to warn fellow motorists of cops lurking around the bend. And folks in California cannot let their dogs chase bears or bobcats "at any time," even for hunting.
Excitement had been building among "folks who have been waiting, in some cases for decades, to be married," EqualityMaine spokesman Ian Grady said.