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03/09/2005

Everyone has an opinion

by Jeremy Hooper

In Lexington, NC, County Commissioners have proposed a resolution designed to offer support to a state "marriage defining" amendment. The resolution, sponsored by Fred McClure, would do nothing more than send a message to legislators saying that Davidson County officially endorses restricting marriages to heterosexual couples.

How ridiculously unnecessary.

No word on where the local high school Chess Club stands on the issue, but we'll keep you posted once they offer up their unsolicited opinion.

Davidson officials delay vote on anti-gay-marriage resolution [Winston-Salem Journal]

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