Blair43 Wrote:
Oct 30, 2012 12:28 PM
Contract laws are a real hedge to the governmental recognition of marriage - no question. The thing that held everything together was that EVERYONE defined marriage the same way, even if great deference and latitude was granted to clergy and government alike in solemnizing marriages. That is why redefining "marriage" is such a phenomenally BAD idea. It would effectively throw contract law into chaos.