Presidential candidates views on gay marriage
Fox News contributor and former Bush deputy chief of staff Karl Rove said this morning on "This Week" that he can imagine a future Republican presidential candidate supporting gay marriage. When asked, "Can you imagine the next presidential campaign, a Republican candidate saying flat out I am for gay marriage? Rove's comment came a week after Ohio Republican Sen. Rob Portman, whom Mitt Romney considered as a running mate in the election, announced that he had shifted his position and supported gay marriage.
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Here's Where Every Single 2020 Candidate Stands On LGBTQ Rights Issues
Where Presidential Candidates Stand on Gay Marriage
Several Republican candidates for president denounced the Supreme Court's ruling on Friday that affirmed all Americans have the right to marry, regardless of the sex of their partner. Some of the candidates expressed concern that the ruling would force religious institutions to perform same-sex marriages against their objections. But writing for the majority, Justice Anthony Kennedy explicitly noted that religious institutions are protected by the First Amendment. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
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The about-face, dropped as Clinton was preparing the second of two progressive-leaning appearances in Iowa, represents a significant — if not completely unexpected — shift from her previous statements that same-sex marriage should be legislated state-by-state rather than on the federal level. The supreme court is scheduled to hear arguments on the constitutionality of state bans of same-sex marriages on 28 April, with a decision expected in June that could effectively make marriage equality legal nationwide. Since then, Clinton had repeatedly dodged press inquiries on the topic.
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