No longer a crime to be gay in Montana

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It’s technically no longer a crime to be gay in Montana.  The Governor there signed a bill removing language from Montana’s books that criminalized homosexuality.   He called the law “unconstitutional” and “embarrassing.”  This comes after 20 years of work by activists in the state.  They’re celebrating, but many consider it a small step on the road to equality.

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