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Constitutional conflict?

While state Attorney General Kathleen Kane declines to defend Pennsylvania's Defense of Marriage Act, there is one potential problem being overlooked. When a lawsuit is brought against a church, synagogue or mosque over clergy refusing to perform a marriage ceremony based on their religious beliefs, does that mean gay marriage will trump religious freedom, which is guaranteed by our Constitution?

Bob McLafferty

Butler Township

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