You Vote: Do you support the Respect for Marriage Act?

Critics have expressed concern that the bill, which is expected to pass the Senate, doesn't do enough to protect religious liberties.

Updated: November 29, 2022 - 4:43pm

The Senate is expected to pass the Respect for Marriage Act on Tuesday.

The bill would codify the right to same-sex marriage, guaranteeing federal recognition of any marriage between two people if the union was valid in the state where they married. 

Supporters have said the bill is about ensuring equal rights for those in a same-sex marriage.

Critics have countered that the legislation as currently written would leave people of faith vulnerable to litigation and other forms retaliation, also arguing passage of the bill would upend traditional values by fundamentally changing the way the country thinks about marriage.

What do you think? Do you support the Respect for Marriage Act? Here's your chance to weigh in:

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