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A Marriage Equality Story, by Rich Paschall
All through senior year of high school, Eddie was telling everyone that he would be going on to college. He had applied to a four-year university and to a “junior college” just in case he was not accepted or could not afford the university. He received acceptance from both, a bit to his surprise, actually. While his parents, Edgar and Marge, were naturally quite pleased at Eddie’s acceptance, they advised him almost immediately that there was little they could do to help with the costs of college. The best they could do was to allow him to continue to live at home for free and could not do much more.
Eddie got a part-time job in the last semester of high school and a full-time job after graduation. His parents would not co-sign on a loan for the university and showed great reluctance to…
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