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03/01/2012

NOM, ADF protect sanctity of church/state marriage

by Jeremy Hooper

NOM, the organization opposing civil marriage equality in all fifty states, loves this idea proposed by an attorney with ADF, the organization opposing marriage equality in most every court of civil law:

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[National Org. For Marriage Blog]

Great, so these churches will also tell their congregants to stop getting the civil license, right? Because since the always-optional religious ceremony is all that apparently matters to them, then they no longer have a need for the civil contract that's required of every couple -- from atheist to devout -- who cares about government recognition.

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