One of the big, unanswered questions of the new session of the New Hampshire Legislature: Will the Republicans have enough votes to override Gov. John Lynch's promised veto of any attempt to repeal the state's gay marriage law?
For many legislators, 2012 will be the first time they will have voted on this issue. This editorial is about them - and the responsibility they hold to all their constituents, gay and straight.
Over the past several years, we've heard a handful of regular arguments against gay marriage - at the State House, on the national stage, among the candidates vying for our votes in next week's presidential primary. Examined dispassionately, none of them should sway any votes in the weeks ahead. Consider:
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