The remark was made when a moderator asked the Massachusetts Democrat whether sexuality is innate. The book will be formally released May 4. That assertion challenges the theory that the rise of gay rights as a campaign issue was fueled by referenda to ban gay marriage, which were on the ballot in eleven states that year. We have, I reminded him, a number of close friends who are gay or whose children are gay. But at that moment I could never have imagined what path this issue would take and where it would lead. Obama interviews judge from Mont.
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People ought to be free to enter into any kind of relationship they want to. Bush backs a constitutional amendment prohibiting gay marriage, a move Cheney says was prompted by various judicial rulings, including the action in Massachusetts that made gay marriage legal. For many pro-family voters, protecting traditional marriage ranks ahead of the economy and job creation as a campaign issue. The administration has been using gay Americans to drive a wedge into the electorate. Last month, Lynne Cheney said states should have the final say over the legal status of personal relationships, a comment that came just days before the Senate failed to back the ban. Cheney said the amendment did not have the votes to pass, but he also said the federal Defense of Marriage Act, which President Clinton signed into law in , may be enough.
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On Monday, Massachusetts becomes the first state to make it legal for same-sex couples to marry. It follows a highly controversial decision from the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, striking down the heterosexuals-only restriction in the state's marriage law. Some cities and towns in the Bay State, including Cambridge, decided to open their licensing offices Sunday night so they could begin handing out same-sex marriage applications after midnight, when they become legal. At the stroke of midnight, thousands of people broke into cheers as city clerks in Cambridge issued the first marriage license applications to to gay and lesbian couples. The crowd around Cambridge City Hall began throwing rice and singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" as couples streamed through the front door and into the clerk's office.