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  • A Right to a Word? The Interplay of Equal Protection and Freedom of Thought in the Move to Gender-Blind Marriage

    Whether same-sex couples have a constitutionally protected right to marry involves two separate questions under the relevant constitution: (1) Must committed same-sex couples be afforded legal recognition providing the same rights, benefits and protections afforded to committed different-sex couples? (2) If so, must the official designation of such legal recognition be the same as the official designation of legal recognition of different-sex couples?

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