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Nicholas Buccola & Justin Dyer - Pro/Con, Should Oregon Law Recognize Same-Sex Marriage?

Dec 21, 2012 | 1 Comment

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05:38 pm - Wed, December 26 2012
troy prouty said:
from a constitution stand point I don't see how you can't allow it. I believe the u.s. supreme court will agree with me and say by not allowing those to marry is a violation of our constitution.

My own opinion is that I think government needs to get out of this marriage thing all together, I don't think them, church, or anyone should have a voice, accept the two people it is between. If you don't think so.. why not fight for arranged marriages again?

That said I also realize marriage by state has more to do with capital than anything else, and how society divides that up throught those two people's lives..

troy prouty*
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