David Blankenhorn

Founder and President, Institute for American Values

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Founder and President of the Institute for American Values and the author of The Future of Marriage

David Blankenhorn on KCRW

Only four states have legalized same-sex marriage, and it's pending in just a handful of others. Forty states limit marriage to a man and a woman.

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Only four states have legalized same-sex marriage, and it's pending in just a handful of others. Forty states limit marriage to a man and a woman.

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Only four states have legalized same-sex marriage, and it's pending in just a handful of others. Forty states limit marriage to a man and a woman.

Same-Sex Marriage: The Law, Religion and Politics

Only four states have legalized same-sex marriage, and it's pending in just a handful of others. Forty states limit marriage to a man and a woman.

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