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marriage

The legal joining of two adults.
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1 (1967), suggesting that the Court did not see a link between the constitutional mandate to remove racial restrictions on marriage and a fundamental redefinition of marriage as the union of any two persons.
The American people simply will not accept a nationwide redefinition of marriage imposed on them by a judicial oligarchy.
The bishops said the redefinition of marriage "will have implications not yet fully understood.
The redefinition of marriage is going to add further to this confusion.
Do constitutional norms, particularly of equality and liberty, require the redefinition of marriage from the union of a man and a woman to the union of any two persons?
In an interview, Bishop Fabbro expressed the group's concern about the societal changes that are occurring which impact heavily on the family, especially those changes surrounding the redefinition of marriage.
America must see the totalitarianism that accompanies the redefinition of marriage and human sexuality, which results in citizens being denied their most fundamental rights.
The vote followed six hours of debate and represented the first time lawmakers were able to vote on the redefinition of marriage to include same-sex couples.
What I find difficult to understand is how MPs who call themselves Christian could possibly vote in favour of a redefinition of marriage.
A study to expose the impact upon children and society of the Liberal redefinition of marriage and the attempt to normalize homosexual behaviour has to be done, regardless of this vote.
Far from live-and-let-live, the redefinition of marriage is forcing people to violate the basic teachings of their faith, or lose their livelihood.
The campaign against the redefinition of marriage has, so far, collected more than 600,000 signatures on a petition against this course of action.