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October 01, 2009

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Leah Milton, Southlake

If the state did not even recognize the union as one from another state, then there is no need to allow divorce in our state of same sex marriage. The founders never intended the union of same sex and neither should we. This is a reflection of culture not of the law. How very sad to see our morality being demolished in this way.

Stephen Howard, Hurst

I wholeheartedly approve of the Judge's decision. It is squarely focused on Constitutional Law and logic, and free of the partisan rhetoric that plagues this issue. I will be interested to see how this decision plays out in appeal. I only hope that the courts above also apply legal reasoning to their decision, in the same fashion as the Honorable Judge Callahan did.

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