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Virginia Asks Supreme Court to Take Same-Sex Marriage Case


Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring on Friday petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to review an appeals court decision that struck down the commonwealth’s ban on same-sex marriage, even though he supported the ruling.

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    What all the recent court rulings striking down the "bans on same-sex marriage" are really doing is striking down the definition of marriage as a relationship between a man and a woman. So, what do these courts imagine that the definition of marriage should be? Are they giving any guidance on this? How shall a state now define marriage?

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