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May 05, 2009


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Of course any institution that receives public/state money should recognize civil unions, in the same way that those state funded (even partially) institutions must recognize inter-racial marriage.

If it's such an issue, stop taking the state citizen's tax money. Pretty simple.

As for churches being forced to recognize civil unions? Of course they won't have to. In the same fashion that Churches can choose whether or not to marry a divorced couple, an inter-racial couple, or a couple of two different religions and not have their tax exempt status ever revoked in our 200+ year history.

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