Thursday, June 08, 2006

Other states needn't recognize gay marriage

[T]he Defense of Marriage Act [is] a 1996 law that says states don't have to recognize gay marriages solemnized in other states despite the "full faith and credit" clause.

OK, I didn't know that. That's sucky. But, it makes sense conservatives would attack the fact of the union itself. Maybe they think 50 individual countries would be easier to govern back into the stone age.

I should see how that's going.

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