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Do you agree with the Supreme Court's decisions on same-sex marriage?

50% YES
50% NO

Comment: equality for all from Brookville, OH by Marla

Comment: Yes, of course, but because there is a seperation of Church and State no Church will ever have to perform a marriage between two people of the same gender. People who claim religious indifference will not have to be part of any same sex marriage. from Ohio by Anne

Comment: I think that there are a lot bigger issues than gay marriage that our supreme court should concern themselves with.. that being said if gays and lesbians want to be as miserable as the rest of straight married couples have at it.. from sidney, ohio by jay miller

Comment: I think that same-sex marriage is a basic human right and should have never had a question of Legality! from Wilmington, Ohio by Devin

Comment: I know that if someone wants to get married who are we to judge. There is only one judge and I'll stand before him not no man. from Miamisburg,Ohio by Heidi

Comment: I am married with 6 children. Everyone has a right to fall in love. Being Gay is not a choice and God made everyone the way they are. He did not make anyone better than the other. from Celina OH by Kathy

Comment: Totally agree and hope we can achieve similar equality in Ohio soon. from Miamisburg, OH by Jerry

Comment: Congratulations to all LGBT Americans living in progressive you've won the right to be equal - No more worry that a sick partner's medical expenses can't be covered by the working partner's health insurance, no more worry about deportation of your same-sex partner because he/she wasn't being recognized as a legal spouse/American citizen, no more rejections of adoption applications from 2 loving parents, no more having your children be made to feel like they are a part of a "second class family", no more worries about not being able to claim the death benefits left to you by your loving partner, yes, today, for your State, the Supreme Court really did "bend the arc of history toward justice"...c'mon Ohio (and others).....feel the love and get on board! from Dayton, OH by Sue

Comment: I think it is wonderful. I know several same sex couples who have been in committed relationships for between 13 and 35 years! from Dayton,Oh by mark

Comment: Yes I do. Keep your religious non sense out of my life from xenia / oh by matt

Comment: In all honesty, we have more pressing issues than gay marriage. I want to know what occurred in the IRS scandal, our economy is still not healthy, the military is being slashed to bare bones. Let's concentrate on things that are more important than gay marriage. from Centerville by Jerry

Comment: Everyone who is rejoicing over this supreme court decision is not going to be rejoicing when they come face to face with our Creator God. Those who made this decision will be very sorry. The decision is completely WRONG! from Union, Ohio by Marilyn

Comment: Marriage by definition is between a male and female. If we are going to start changing definitions, we might as well say red means go and green means stop. Call it a union, not a marriage. The whole purpose is to avoid taxes. I would argue that non-married people are discriminated against since they are denied these benefits. from Richmond, Indiana by Fred

Comment: What do you expect from a liberal Supreme court? from rainy downtown Fairborn by the ol' Man

Comment: Same sex unions are not how one's body is designed. How healthy are they really? And what about the implications for children? Shouldn't kids have a right to their own father and mother? What about religions who believe God is against homosexuality? Will pastors, priests, now be criminalized if they don't perform same sex marriage ceremonies? from Delphos, Ohio by Cindy

Comment: God gave us the instituition of Marriage between a man and women ,created he them. How can we be so arrogant as human beings to defy our creator. I cried when this story broke, it saddened me deeply. from Centerville, OH by Robert

Comment: Follow what the Bible says. I am against gay marriage.

Comment: I agree states should have the right to decide and no...the court should not have struck down what the voters of California put into place...To those who have said being gay is not a choice...sorry there are NO conclusive studies that agrees with that. On the contrary...more studies have shown that a "gay" gene does not exist. from Middletown, OH by Ray

Comment: The result is that our government will now promote destructive behavior with tax benefits in addition to promoting true families, the bedrock of our society. The immoral will now find worse immortality to promote. from Hamilton, OH by Dave

Comment: While I agree it should be a state issue - I don't agree that the court had the authority to negate the decision of California voters. from Franklin, OH by Jerome

Comment: 1. Citizens voted and it should stand. 2. Look at what happened to societies without proper (man and woman) families. Sodom, and Roman Empire. The beginning of their downfall! from Wilmington, OH by Dean

Comment: If God had created Adam and Steve when Adam died it would leave Steve and when Steve died it would leave no one one earth to worry about gay marriage or anything else. from Middletown, Ohio by Athelan

Comment: think you love some one mariige gay not only god can judge me im lesbian not fair my love we cant get marriage because two women stop judge we have right from dayton ohio by marie

Comment: Don't know what this world is coming to. from Dayton, OH by Dave

Comment: Marriage is defined as a union between man and woman. Period. This debate over same sex marriage should've never even reached this scale from Ohio by Anonymous

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