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Topic - Patricia Smith
The Louisiana House overwhelmingly rejected a repeal of the state's unconstitutional anti-sodomy law Tuesday.
Louisiana would repeal an unconstitutional state law prohibiting intercourse between two people of the same sex, if lawmakers agree to a bill that narrowly received the backing of a House committee Wednesday.
Bob Trendel keeps a scrapbook of newspaper and magazine articles that chronicle the crimes of his daughter's murderer, the so-called I-70 serial killer.
"That is also not true," Smith said.
"The bill only removes unconstitutional language," she said.