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Much sound, decidedly less fury, on same-sex marriage

By Richard Borreca

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 25, 2013

~~<p>If you call freshman Democratic Rep. Gregg Takayama's state Capitol office, the first thing you hear is a word of caution: &quot;Due to overwhelming call volume regarding the special session and same-sex marriage, we may be on the phone assisting other callers.&quot;</p>
<p>All across the state Capitol, lawmakers are reporting unprecedented community response as lawmakers prepare for Monday's special session on gay marriage.</p>
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If you call freshman Democratic Rep. Gregg Takayama's state Capitol office, the first thing you hear is a word of caution: "Due to overwhelming call volume regarding the special session and same-sex marriage, we may be on the phone assisting other callers."

All across the state Capitol, lawmakers are reporting unprecedented community response as lawmakers prepare for Monday's special session on gay marriage. Login for more...



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