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North Carolina strengthens gay marriage prohibition

WASHINGTON - North Carolina voters decided overwhelmingly Tuesday to strengthen their state’s gay marriage ban, a conservative show of enthusiasm six months before the nation chooses between Democratic President Obama and presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney.

Romney swept three Republican primaries, moving ever closer to sealing his nomination.

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