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US: Most Utah voters back legal recognition for gay couples – but not marriage

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  1. Ha, ha, ha… Utah? Utah is a joke.

    1. Blanket statements help nothing.

  2. That There Other David 11 Jul 2012, 9:42am

    Brigham Young. Wasn’t he the man who redefined marriage into a polygamous institution based on what religious elders wanted?

    Ironic really…..

  3. This is all encouraging stuff. I’m fine if the state in general isn’t ‘ready’ for marriage equality yet – the fact that there’s been a massive and sudden swing towards legal recognition is a strong starting place on the road to marriage equality, as civil partnerships were here in 2004. Give it a few more years once legal recognition is bedded in and Utah eventually will eventually wonder what all the fuss was about.

  4. Not quiet there then.

  5. Certainly a step in the right direction especially considering the short time span from the last poll. Good for them and I hope the citizens continue their change in thinking to equality for all. Utah is a beautiful place and I would like to go back some time to spend my pink dollars.

  6. Not quite getting it, but moving in the right direction – and faster than I would have anticipated

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