Presidential hopeful Gary Johnson is reconsidering his position on gay marriage.
The 58-year-old former governor of New Mexico has previously said he opposes gay marriage, yet he remains one of the GOP field's most gay-friendly candidates.
According to Johnson's campaign website, the Republican candidate supports civil unions for gay and lesbian couples. However, he's refused to sign anti-gay marriage pledges from the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) and the Iowa-based The Family Leader.
“This 'pledge' is nothing short of a promise to discriminate against everyone who makes a personal choice that doesn't fit into a particular definition of 'virtue,'” Johnson wrote of the The Family Leader's document.
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