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Cathy Young: 'Uncharted waters' to forge together

7:10 PM, Apr. 6, 2013
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As same-sex marriage is considered by the Supreme Court in two separate cases, both sides seem to agree that its champions have already won the larger battle.

Polls show increasing support for same-sex marriage, reaching 70 percent among Americans born after 1980. Several states have legalized it democratically; if California, whose 2008 ballot proposition defining marriage as an opposite-sex union is now being contested, had a chance for a do-over today, the proposition would almost certainly lose. Eventually, in one way or another, same-sex marriage will be the law of the land. But ...

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