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10/17/2013

Oregon gays get legally-binding (*destination) weddings

by Jeremy Hooper

Our inevitable victory is a patchwork, not an avalanche. Here's another piece:

OREGON: State Orders Agencies To Recognize Out-Of-State Gay Marriages [J.M.G.]

For Oregon gays, this means the ability to go get married in another state (like nearby Washington or California) and then return home to full recognition, but for Oregon state's coffers, it means exporting all of the joy and commerce associated with the weddings. What kind of sense is there in that?

Answer: no sense at all. Oregon will go the distance very soon. As will every state.

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