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Aries Horoscope

Dec 5, 2022… All may not be what it seems today. Don’t believe everything you hear, especially when it comes to your money. Things that look great today may not seem too fantastic later. The test is simply to do nothing — sleep on it. You may need more time to think things through or do a little research so that you can reach a decision on your own timing and your own terms. If it is worth jumping in with both feet, it will still look good tomorrow!

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Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Dec 5, 2022… You could feel an urge to bridge relationship gaps and reconnect today. As you think of friends, relatives, and colleagues whom you don’t often see, you may sense that they’re thinking about you as well. Don’t hesitate to pick up the phone, send a text, or email for a quick check in. Making even the smallest effort to connect can strengthen valuable relationships for life.

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Dec 5, 2022… You could feel an urge to bridge relationship gaps and reconnect today. As you think of friends, relatives, and colleagues whom you don’t often see, you may sense that they’re thinking about you as well. Don’t hesitate to pick up the phone, send a text, or email for a quick check in. Making even the smallest effort to connect can strengthen valuable relationships for life.

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Dec 5, 2022… You could feel an urge to bridge relationship gaps and reconnect today. As you think of friends, relatives, and colleagues whom you don’t often see, you may sense that they’re thinking about you as well. Don’t hesitate to pick up the phone, send a text, or email for a quick check in. Making even the smallest effort to connect can strengthen valuable relationships for life.

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Religious Freedom at RISK? Church Leaders Weigh in!

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act
Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

Religious Leaders React to Respect for Marriage Act

(UnitedVoice.com) – When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, Justice Clarence Thomas indicated he believed the justices should reevaluate other rulings, including Obergefell v. Hodges. The 2015 SCOTUS ruling allowed same-sex couples to marry. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has now taken steps to codify marriage equality, but not everyone is happy about it.

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill went over to the Senate, but lawmakers didn’t have the votes to pass it. After the midterms, the upper chamber took up the legislation again. On November 16, 12 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted 62 to 37 to advance the legislation, setting it on the path to becoming law.

Some religious leaders were furious over the Senate’s actions. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan penned an essay slamming the decision. He said traditional values are being “increasingly marginalized and dismissed in the face of Congress’s endorsement” of the same-sex marriage bill. Franklin Graham called the legislation the “Destruction of Marriage Act.”

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said the bill “tramples on a foundational right.” He accused the Senate of “making a mockery of marriage.”

How do you feel about Congress trying to protect marriage equality?

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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