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Re: Maryland Court Doesn’t Impose Gay Marriage

Doesn’t the ruling and Carpenter’s argument bolster the case that Constitutional amendments on this subject (even the variety Thompson most recently suggested) are less urgent and possibly unneccessary at this point? If state supreme courts left to their own devices and reading the political tea leaves in their own states have put the brakes on imposing same sex marriage by judicial fiat do we have solutions in search of a problem?

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