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Trestin Meacham

Trestin Meacham was a 2012 Constitution Party candidate for District 24 of the Utah State Senate; he lost the election by garnering only 13% of the vote. In December 2013, he launched a two-week hunger strike hoping to convince Utah to exercise the option of “nullification” regarding a federal court ruling to allow same-sex marriage in Utah. He ended the fast after the U.S. Supreme Court issued a stay in the federal court ruling, pending its appeal. He has since stated his “mission in life” is to fight against the “homosexual movement.”

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A gay dad sounds off on the Utah fasting guy’s latest childish rant

Sunday, January 19, 2014
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Trestin Meacham is not a special individual. For the people who share his mindset, he is actually quite typical. He finds a singular way of expressing himself, and for that, he gets notoriety. Because he typifies some of those holding key points of anti-gay frustration, he remains a [...]

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Utah man who went on hunger strike says fighting homosexual movement is ‘mission in life’

Thursday, January 16, 2014
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Trestin Meacham, the Utah man who went on a two-week hunger strike until the state stopped allowing same-sex couples to marry, now says that his "purpose in life is to stand against the homosexual movement." [...]

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A gay dad’s open letter to the man who refused to eat while gay couples married

Monday, January 6, 2014
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These past few years may end up being known as the years of “Conservatives Behaving Badly.” At the end of last year, the Republicans in Congress conducted a massive foot stomping, pout-out and shut down the government because they did not get their way on the previous healthcare bill. In [...]

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Utah man goes on hunger strike to demand end to same-sex marriages

Friday, January 3, 2014
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SALT LAKE CITY -- A Utah man is on a hunger strike, vowing to go without any food until the state stops allowing same-sex couples to marry. [...]

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