Monday, February 25, 2013
A majority of Illinois Republicans admit (albeit off the record) they want to see the bill legalizing gay marriage to be passed as soon as possible. This is mainly due to the growing support of gay marriage amongst state citizens, especially the high percentage of support amongst the public below age 45 (58% backing gay marriage). Republicans also want it passed quickly so the "white-hot war will end and the quicker the party can move along to other, less divisive issues such as taxes."
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