Candidates on gay marriage
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Angelo, Log Cabin Republicans. As far back as , Trump was advocating the idea of amending the Civil Rights Act to prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation — something the currently-pending Equality Act would basically do if lawmakers on Capitol Hill ever decided to pass it. But his longstanding support for ending discrimination against gay people has been well documented. Carson expressed concern about the religious liberty of Christians who believe in traditional marriage. This is how they frighten people and get people to shut up.
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Gay Marriage by State 2021
Same-Sex Marriage | Democratic Presidential Candidates
F or the most part, the gay marriage debate now falls along partisan lines: Democrats support it, Republicans oppose. The would-be candidates have made much different arguments and have varying records on the issue. Meantime, the issue continues to change. On Jan.
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What do the Democratic Candidates Believe About Same-Sex Marriage / Civil Unions?
An anti-gay-marriage protester in front of the U. Supreme Court Building on Monday. The Supreme Court will hear arguments beginning Tuesday in four cases that may determine whether same-sex couples have the right to marry, thrusting the issue of gay marriage into the presidential race. Most Americans support gay marriage.
Tovia Smith. McCain: McCain supports a state constitutional amendment banning gay marriage in California, but he opposes a federal ban. On a daytime TV talk show hosted by Ellen DeGeneres, who is openly gay, McCain said: "I just believe in the unique status of marriage as between a man and woman, and I know that we have a respectful disagreement on that issue. He told a forum on gay rights issues: "I would continue to support a civil union that provides all the benefits to a legally sanctioned marriage. For all of the countless times the presidential candidates have laid out their positions on the war, the economy and health care, there is one issue that they haven't talked about much: gay marriage.