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Illinois gay marriage vote unlikely

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Illinois gay marriage coalition enlists support of black clergy

Black clergy associating themselves with the broad Illinois Unites for Marriage coalition held a Thursday press conference that urged the Illinois House to pass a bill legalizing same sex marriage during the state General Assembly’s brief fall veto session.

Reverend Benjamin Reynolds, faith coordinator for Illinois Unites for Marriage, argued that, “There is a human dimension when we are confronted with issues such as marriage equality,” asserting that same sex couples “are human beings with faces and that when we neglect faces we neglect the gospel.”


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