Panel discussion on marriage attracts protestors

John Wagner, Hudson Valley Your News Now, 9/26/2011

While the landscape of marriage in America continues to shift, many questions remain to how it's changing families – and the national dialogue. With gay marriage legal in New York, opponents are trying to keep the debate moving. "I asked myself will I be able to go into a place like the Bardavon Theater with a thousand people and say mothers and fathers matter for kids," said Elizabeth Marquardt, Director at the Center for Marriage and Families, "or will that be considered, you know, discriminatory speech?"

Subjects: Marriage, Gay marriage


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