Pro-equality GOP chairman faces ouster in Ill.

02/26/2013 | WBEZ-FM (Chicago)

Republican party bosses in Illinois are set to meet to decide whether to fire their state chairman over remarks he made in support of pending marriage equality legislation. One state senator said the votes are there to fire Pat Brady, who contends he was speaking for himself and not on behalf of the party when he expressed support for allowing same-sex couples to wed.

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