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August 1, 2009

Portuguese Constitutional Court upholds gay marriage ban

Portugal's Constitutional Court has upheld a ban on same-sex marriages ahead of a general election in which the ruling Socialist Party is campaigning to allow such unions, Reuters reports.


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There is nothing at the link when you click on it, so you may want to delete that link. Still, it is good to know about this court decision even though the news itself is bad. I heard about this first from this blog.

Thank you Steve for all of the great posts you have been putting up on this blog.


Posted by: Mark | Aug 2, 2009 2:35:26 AM

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