Is there a marriage compromise?

02/24/2009 | NYTimes.com

This op-ed written by two people on opposite sides of the marriage question offers a possible compromise: federal civil unions recognized in every state while allowing certain exemptions for any religious institutions that seek them. The article suggests that some portion of the population that is opposed to full marriage rights for gays and lesbians would see federal civil unions as a "compassionate compromise."

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