The Sanctity of Marriage and the Unconstitutionality of Prohibiting Gay Marriage

The Sanctity of Marriage and the Unconstitutionality of Prohibiting Gay Marriage March 7, 2012

Via Joel Watts.

It might not take more than a challenge to a state law prohibiting gay marriage, from a member of the clergy in a denomination that allows gay marriage, saying that the state is prohibiting them from freely exercising their religion, to really bring this aspect of the matter to everyone’s attention – and perhaps get it resolved at the level of the supreme court.

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