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Response to RAB910 (Original post)

Sat May 7, 2022, 08:14 AM

1. Religious Liberty is Carte Blanche

They can do whatever they want, wrap it in the first amendment, and get away with it. Of course the part about not establishing a religion they seem to ignore. How they could pass a law based on a religious belief yet claim to follow the constitution is beyond me. All the arguments against gay marriage are based on religion. So any ban on gay marriage would be a religious law as I see it.

I married last year in my 50s after decades in the closet. I finally started coming out after moving to CA. My husband has ChampVA insurance because Iím a disabled veteran. Iím really concerned if the federal government revokes recognition what happens to things like my spouses social security (I made a lot more money than he did), VA survivor benefits, healthcare, capital gains on the house, etc. Itís a scary time.

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