PORTLAND, Maine — A high school guidance counselor whose job was targeted after he spoke out against same-sex marriage is featured in a television campaign by gay marriage opponents that launches Monday. One of the two ads by Protect Marriage Maine features Donald Mendell of Palmyra, who was the subject of a complaint with the Maine Department of Professional and Financial Regulation after appearing on TV during a 2009 referendum in which the state’s gay marriage law was repealed.
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