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(Above) Army air traffic controllers of the 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, watch as a CH-47 Chinook drops water in Lake Kyle Friday at Fort Campbell, Tenn. The units were training in preparation to assist in fighting wildfires. (Right) Staff Sgt. Jonathan Pena-Reyes inspects a Bambi Bucket, a bucket used to deliver water to fires, Friday at Lake Kyle at Fort Campbell, Tenn. Pena-Reyes is part of the 159th Combat Aviation Brigade training in wildfire fighting tactics. The helicopter crew trained by dipping the bucket into Lake Kyle and dropping the water on a location directed by the ground crew. FOR FULL STORY, PLEASE SEE PAGE 4. LYNNETTE OOSTMEYER DAILY EGYPTIAN

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,OOLQRLVFOHUNVZDQWWR GHIHQGJD\PDUULDJHEDQ 7$00<:(%%(5 $VVRFLDWHG3UHVV CHICAGO â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Two county clerks from downstate Illinois have asked a judge for permission to do what Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez and Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan won't: defend the state's gay marriage ban. The Thomas More Society late Friday filed a request on behalf of Effingham County Clerk Kerry Hirtzel and Tazewell County Clerk Christie Webb, seeking to intervene in the lawsuit filed in Cook County by 25 gay and lesbian couples. Alvarez and Madigan have said they won't defend the 16-year-old ban, which defines marriage as between a man and a woman, because they believe it violates the state constitution's equal protection clause. Peter Breen, executive director of The Thomas More Society, a public-interest law firm that opposes gay marriage, said Hirtzel and Webb have an

interest in ensuring that the law is applied uniformly across Illinois "because they are the keepers of marriage licenses." "If the judge lets us in, we believe we have very good arguments to prevail because of the large body of case law that goes our way on it," said Breen, whose firm sought out clients to intervene in the suit. "We had notified clerks that we believe they have ... a strong interest in intervening." Webb, a Democrat, said she's taking no position on gay marriage, but wants to ensure there's statewide uniformity on the issue. She envisions a scenario where one law would apply in Cook County and another in the rest of the state, and wants to know how to respond if someone with a marriage license in another county were to apply for one in hers. "I just need to know from someone ... what is legal in the state of Illinois, period," Webb said Monday. Hirtzel, a Republican, was out of the office Monday and not available

for comment, his office said. The American Civil Liberties Union and New York-based Lambda Legal originally filed separate lawsuits against Cook County Clerk David Orr, a supporter of gay marriage whose office is responsible for issuing marriage licenses in Chicago and the rest of the county. The lawsuits recently were consolidated. The action was taken on behalf of the 25 couples, some of them from outside Cook County, but all of whom had applied for marriage licenses there and been denied. Alvarez said it's her job to represent Orr â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and they both agreed with the plaintiffs. The decision has raised eyebrows among some legal experts who believe prosecutors are legally bound to defend Illinois law â&#x20AC;&#x201D; though others say the prosecutors were within their rights to refuse to defend the suit â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and sets up a scenario where a judge could quickly strike down the marriage statute.


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3:00 p.m. Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest on ESPN

9:00 p.m. Stand-up Comedy at Station #13

6:00 p.m. Carterville Independence Day celebration: parade, concessions and entertainment. Dusk: Fireworks shows in Anna, Benton, Christopher, Duquoin, and Herrin (check for weather cancellations.)

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The Daily Egyptian for July 3, 2012

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