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“Christian Science Monitor: Date set for challenge of California gay-marriage ban”
“Activists on both sides of the gay-marriage debate are anxiously watching the outcome of the battle in New York, which may end up hinging on the votes of only a handful of Republican senators.”
“Unlike the gay-marriage statutes in Connecticut, Vermont and New Hampshire, the proposed New York law doesn't extend that protection to religious nonprofit groups, such as Catholic Charities.”
“Iowa Supreme Court Justice Mark Cady, chosen by colleagues to replace Ternus as chief justice, defended the gay-marriage ruling this month in the annual State of the Judiciary speech to lawmakers.”
“Mr. Skelos has said he would bring a gay-marriage bill to a vote if he gets the go-ahead from his conference.”
“New Jersey's state Assembly approved a gay-marriage bill on Thursday, setting up the measure for an expected veto from Gov.”
“Both sides didn't engage in heavy advertising efforts in 2009, when gay-marriage legislation was last tried in the state.”
“He said advocates will take lessons learned in Vermont—the Legisature there overrode the governor's veto of a gay-marriage bill in 2009.”
“New Jersey is one of a number of states considering gay-marriage measures.”
“Taylor and Bobby Moynihan as a young married couple from Maine in ‘Homosexual Activity’ She swears she has experienced gay-marriage related disturbances since she was a child.”
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