1-13-12: Religious Protections in Same-Sex Marriage

January 13, 2012 at 9:11 am 1 comment

Same-sex marriage is one of the issues slated to take center stage in this year’s General Assembly session. Protections for those who have religious objections to same-sex marriage is one of the internal issues up for debate: how broad are those protections and what do they protect? This morning we talk with Pastor Derek McCoy, director of the Maryland Marriage Alliance, and Reverend MacArthur Flournoy of Marylanders for Marriage Equality about religious protections and what each side thinks of them.

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  • 1. MacArthur Flournoy  |  January 13, 2012 at 3:07 pm

    Diversity of perspective is healthy in our community and society at large. As the discourse for marriage equality ensues, I hope that we continue to hold sacred broader definitions of family that comport with the values of love and commitment, valuing all families

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