New Hampshire Gov. John Lynch, a Democrat who campaigned as a defender of traditional marriage, has said he will only sign the legislature’s same-sex marriage bill if it contains stronger religious liberty protections. Some marriage traditionalists regard this as a good-faith position on the governor’s part, others see it as an attempt to straddle on a controversial issue.
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