A Matter Of Opinion

Special rights and marriage

Who has special rights, again? Anytime laws are proposed to give same-sex couples benefits that most people take for granted those laws are criticized as conferring "special rights."

Our View is that the domestic union law is a positive step, but doesn't it also highlight that couples who can marry are the ones who truly have a special right?




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