Pa. Supporters Cautiously Optimistic About Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Immediately following U.S. District Judge John E. Jones III of the Middle District of Pennsylvania's ruling overturning the state's ban on same-sex marriage, many Pennsylvania attorneys were exuberant about the decision, but several also wondered with some trepidation what comes next.

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    "We all want a more civil and loving society, but I don‘t think we achieve that by forcing through the courts a new definition of marriage," Wenger said. "The people of Pennsylvania deserve to believe that there is something unique about a man and a woman making a life together."
    Based on that statement, I guess Wenger doesn‘t believe in Checks and Balances?

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