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Open Phones: Gay Marriage in Vermont

Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Vermont has just become the fourth state to legalize gay marriage โ€” and the first to do so with a legislature's vote. Listeners weigh in with their reactions.
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Comments [2]

Shea from missouri

First of all, im happy gay marriage is legal. Now im not gay myself but i do feel strongly about the subject. Same sex marriage should not be treated differently than an opposite sex relationship and will not be different. Besides the minor technecalities that some people just have to point out such as the fact that the difference is they are the same sex and that it is hard to have children, gay couples are no different than opposite sex couples...infact,they may be better because they understand each other better than a man understands a women or vice versa. there is no problem with someone being gay because it shouldnt affect anyone else because of an individuals dicision. Telling gay people they can not wed is un-called for and un-ethical.

Apr. 30 2009 05:15 PM
James B from NYC

Not even ONE comment? Speaks volumes.....

[[BL Moderator Notes: We didn't get the comments thread for this topic up in time for people to post. You'll see that there are several comments about this in the thread above. Sorry for the confusion - when we cover breaking news like the Vermont decision, it is sometimes tough to get a web thread up in time to get quick-reaction comments.
Best,
-BL Show]]

Apr. 08 2009 02:35 AM

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