Thomas Peters

National Organization for Marriage

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Communications Director for the National Organization for Marriage

Thomas Peters on KCRW

Two weeks ago, Justice Anthony Kennedy used soaring rhetoric to declare the Defense of Marriage Act, which defined marriage as between a man and a women, violated the Constitution.

Same-Sex Marriage: The US Supreme Court and the States

Two weeks ago, Justice Anthony Kennedy used soaring rhetoric to declare the Defense of Marriage Act, which defined marriage as between a man and a women, violated the Constitution.

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