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J. Reed Anderson

I voted for it, Peg, but for different reasons. This issue is not one of tradition, but of a long time breach of the First Amendment's wall. Marriage is a religious rite and ceremony. The legal rights that are wanted are conveyed by the state, and the marriage license is a contract. Why are religious agents made to perform as agents for the state? That is the breach, and this state amendment, will, I hope, stop that. I believe that any couple, homo- or heterosexual should have the opportunity for a civil union; but again, that's the role of government. Marriage is the role of religion. If religions or denominations wish to marry homosexual couples that's a decision best not made by the government, and again, if made, breaches the wall separating state from religion.

Peg

Actually, J. Reed - my position exactly! Thanks!

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