A trend likely to continue: American voters reject redefinition of marriage
November 02, 2012
On Tuesday, citizens in 4 American states will vote on proposals that would redefine marriage to allow for homosexual unions. Writing in The Catholic Thing, Austin Ruse points out that to date, when voters have had the opportunity to weigh similar proposals, the results have been 32 victories for traditional marriage, 0 for a change--despite an immense infusion of money and resources by gay-rights crusaders.
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