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June 20, 2011


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Consistent with the doom mongering.


"Civil unions would cover the necessary legal issues."

Except that they wouldn't. No civil unions for gays bill ever passed has provided the same set of rights as state marriage. And gay marriage opponents aren't pushing for a civil unions alternative in any case, so it's disingenuous to present this as an alternative.

Unless he means getting the state getting out of the "marriage" business entirely and offering identical civil unions to gay and straight couples alike... a proposition which I would support. In reality, state marriage IS a civil union... a union recognized by the civil authorities.

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This blog is by Bob (Robert C.) Conner, a longtime journalist and author of the 2018 novel "The Last Circle of Ulysses Grant" published by Square Circle Press, and a 2013 biography "General Gordon Granger" published by Casemate. He is currently writing a biography of the Kansas abolitionist Col. James Montgomery. His Civil War blog can be found at robertcconnerauthor.blogspot.com
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