Gay marriage debate heats up in Richmond

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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) - The state's gay marriage debate is about to heat up again this week in Richmond.

A three-judge panel will hear arguments in a case challenging the state's ban on same-sex marriage.  The case is one of dozens making their way through courts across the country and the third to be heard by a federal appeals court.

People on both sides of the issue say the case will likely go before the U.S. Supreme Court.


  • PU.PC

    SUE, in set up to suit Courts, is the New PC rather than the Legislated
    Who are these Judges? How were they appointed?
    Why are they hidden and protected as Paid Servants of the People.

    • Peter Blaise


      Read the decisions — search the web for copies, usually PDFs — and you will see that the judges are only responding to precedent case law as presented by the arguing parties, and it is the anti-gays who are the one’s asking the judges to re-interpret previously settled law in new and creative, activist ways.

  • Dustin Cavanaugh

    That’s right strike it down. Chr*stians need to stop forcing their ignorant beliefs into law.

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