August 20, 2014
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MARRIAGE DIGEST: Obama signals his views on 'gay marriage' could change - 12/31/2010
WASHINGTON (BP)--President Obama twice indicated during pre-Christmas interviews that his views on marriage could change and that he may eventually become the first sitting president publicly to support "gay marriage."

MARRIAGE DIGEST: Maryland A.G.'s opinion on out-of-state 'gay marriages' criticized - 2/26/2010
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (BP)--In a decision that likely will lead to a lawsuit, Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler issued a 53-page opinion Wednesday saying the state could recognize out-of-state "gay marriages" despite a state law that explicitly says marriage is only between a man and a woman.

MARRIAGE DIGEST: Hawaii Senate passes civil unions bill; House outlook uncertain - 1/25/2010
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Hawaii's Senate passed a same-sex civil unions bill Friday by a veto-proof majority and sent it to the House, where social conservatives are hoping that election-year jitters help kill the proposal.

MARRIAGE DIGEST: Iowa state House race is in nationwide 'gay marriage' spotlight - 8/28/2009
FAIRFIELD, Iowa (BP)--For one day next week both sides in the nationwide debate over "gay marriage" will focus on three rural counties in southeast Iowa, where a special election for a state House seat could signal what voters think about the Iowa Supreme Court's controversial ruling.

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