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The U.S. Senate successfully passed the Respect for Marriage Act — a bill requiring all states to recognize legal same-sex marriages — on a 61-36 vote Tuesday, Nov. 29. The bill divided Wyoming’s delegation with Sen. Cynthia Lummis for it and Sen. John Barrasso against it.

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Justin Smith

"The Bible tells us marriage was something created by God, and it was designed to be one man and one woman for life."

First of all, Christians absolutely don't follow this. The amount of multiple divorced hypocrites preaching to others is astounding.

Secondly, since there is absolutely no proof the bible is the word of god, maybe don't use that as a reason to discriminate against other people and try to make them miserable.

Lastly, if you are going to use the bible to make law then we are also going to gave to follow Sharia law, Talmudic law, Buddhist stuff etc. or this is a clear violation of the first amendment.

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