Religious institutions may feel forced to compromise their principles on same‐sex marriage simply to avoid a costly and divisive fight in court, even if such a fight would ultimately prove successful. They will also be pressured to compromise their beliefs or face losing equal access to a wide array of government benefit programs and licensing regimes.
OR FOR POORER? HOW SAME‐SEX MARRIAGE THREATENS RELIGIOUS LIBERTY
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