Opinion: What’s wrong with letting voters decide marriage?

11/16/2012 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Now that marriage equality supporters have finally won at the ballot box, it’s time to put aside the notion that it is somehow unjust to allow the voters to have their say on the issue, writes Jeff Jacoby of the Boston Globe, who opposes marriage rights for same-sex couples. “Gay marriage shouldn’t be treated as sacrosanct, too lofty for mere politics. Let the debates, the struggles, the compromises, and, yes, the votes continue,” Jacoby writes.

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