FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 23, 2004
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) The decision by counties in Oregon and New Mexico to stop issuing same-sex marriage licenses reported.
(Washington: Brian Wilson) The Congressional hearing over the legality of gay marriage featured; details given about the debate surrounding the Federal Marriage Amendment, which would reserve the term marriage for a union between a man and a woman only. [Representative Barney FRANK- asks how his gay lifestyle could hurt anyone.] [Senator John CORNYN- says the traditional institution of marriage is not about discrimination.]
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