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HFishbine Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Feb-05-04 06:43 AM
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47. The Dean distinction
Dean is not out there saying "Gay people should be allowed to get married." But he distinguishes himself from other candidates in a very significant way on this issue. He basically says that it doesn't matter what states call it, but that they must provide EQUAL protection under the law for all people. If a state were to pass a law that failed to give gays and lesbians equality on the issue of unions (no matter what they may call it), that would be unacceptable.
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