Maggie Gallagher

President, National Organization for Marriage

Guest

President of the National Organization for Marriage and co-author of The Case for Marriage: Why Married People are Happier, Healthier, and Better off Financially

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Last week the Washington, DC City Council voted 12-to-1 to  recognize same-sex marriages  performed in other jurisdictions.

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Civil unions for gays and lesbians were recognized less than 10 years ago. Now, same-sex marriage is on the agenda in many parts of the country. First it was state courts.

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