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The crazy ways some states are fighting against legalization of same-sex marriage

The US Supreme Court is set to vote at the end of the month on whether states are required to allow same-sex marriage. According to recent Pew surveys, support for same-sex marriage among Americans is the highest it’s been in 20 years, while more than 7 in 10 Americans think a vote in favor of legalizing gay marriage across the country is inevitable.

Despite how the majority of the country feels about the issue, some states are doing whatever they can to fight it.

The crazy ways some states are fighting against legalization of same-sex marriage

The US Supreme Court is set to vote at the end of the month on whether states are required to allow same-sex marriage. According to recent Pew surveys, support for same-sex marriage among Americans is the highest it’s been in 20 years, while more than 7 in 10 Americans think a vote in favor of legalizing gay marriage across the country is inevitable.

Despite how the majority of the country feels about the issue, some states are doing whatever they can to fight it.

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