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Can you give me your sources on the history of the marriages laws? I would appreciate it since I'm trying to validate your claims. Thanks. Macousticboy (talk) 03:17, 7 September 2012 (UTC)

Happy to answer your question or questions on marriage law. Could you expand on what your question(s?) is a little? What claim do you feel was under-cited?--Jamesofengland (talk) 00:57, 17 September 2012 (UTC)

Wasilla Rape kit good research, WAoG info?[edit]

Nice research on the rape kit info. Do you have anything on with the hunter-persecutor, Murthee for Wasilla Assembly of God? It is clear from the video clip speech that he was familiar to che congregants asx early as 2005, had a unique style of laying hands and speaking in tongues, and is familiar to the church congregants. One can see from the clip that he is familiar to the congregants by the reference to 2005 events, and the familiarity of reference to him. Tautologist (talk) 00:56, 25 September 2008 (UTC)

I do not know much about Murthee. I don't believe he was local, but I agree that he stopped by and blessed Palin. Perhaps we'll discover something interesting about him in the future, or am I missing interesting things about him that are already out there, theological oddness aside? Thank you for your kind words about the research, but really the information is quite widely known in the right blogosphere and has been published in articles. I just thought that it was better to have the raw data linked to than articles describing it, since that removes the spin. It seems fairly clear to me that there was no one who suffered under the policy in Wasilla, although I have no idea why Fannon got it into his head to argue against banning it. It is still state law in Illinois, which should probably be in the article, but I couldn't see a way of making it flow organically:
Go to sec. 7(a) of the Sexual Assault Survivors Emergency Treatment Act at that link and you'll get this:
Sec. 7. Charges and reimbursement.
(a) When any ambulance provider furnishes transportation, hospital provides hospital emergency services and forensic services, hospital or health care professional or laboratory provides follow‑up healthcare, or pharmacy dispenses prescribed medications to any sexual assault survivor, as defined by the Department of Healthcare and Family Services, who is neither eligible to receive such services under the Illinois Public Aid Code nor covered as to such services by a policy of insurance, the ambulance provider, hospital, health care professional, or laboratory shall furnish such services to that person without charge and shall be entitled to be reimbursed for its billed charges in providing such services by the Illinois Sexual Assault Emergency Treatment Program under the Department of Healthcare and Family Services. Pharmacies shall dispense prescribed medications without charge to the survivor and shall be reimbursed at the Department of Healthcare and Family Services' Medicaid allowable rates.
More here: (talk) 02:11, 25 September 2008 (UTC)