Should Benefits be Extended to Same-sex Marriage across State Lines?

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Should Benefits be Extended to Same-sex Marriage across State Lines?
Same-sex marriage is perhaps one of the most controversial social issues in America today. While many people object to the practice on the basis of moral grounds alone, important questions arise in a legal context. In terms of addressing this issue from a legal perspective, the following discussion addresses the fundamental question of whether benefits, under the Full Faith and Credit Clause, should be extended across state lines. Discussion works towards an understanding as to whether this would enable or deter more states from allowing this legal process. In addition to these topics, the current study also addresses what the problems might be. Discussion concludes with...
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.....timately preserves true liberty and freedom.
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