Marriage equality should not be put to a popular vote

 
Marriage equality should not be put to a popular vote
The Age;   Aug 17, 2015
It might serve to remember, for instance, that when the US Supreme Court struck down anti-miscegenation laws in the late 1960s - ruling the ban on interracial marriage unconstitutional - almost two-thirds of Americans still supported them. If the ...
 
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