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Pretending to be what they're not only goes so far for politicians
Topic - Jennie Mccarthy
Two upstate New York women who were turned away from a potential wedding site because they are gay have filed a discrimination complaint, setting up a possible precedent-setting fight involving the state's new same-sex marriage law.
Ms. McCarthy said when the owners, Robert and Cynthia Gifford, found out they were a same-sex couple, the women were told there was a problem.
venue, but Ms. McCarthy said, "We just want to know that the policy is being changed to fit the laws so this doesn't happen to anyone else."