The National Organization for Marriage continued their cross-country tour this week, with mixed results. Their rally in Providence, Rhode Island, drew about 150 NOM supporters and 150 marriage equality supporters for a long screaming match and some incoherent religious rhetoric, but their Albany, New York rally drew a tiny crowd, almost hidden behind the rainbow-colored umbrellas of counter-protesters.
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