Much has been written and said concerning Bill 185 and related measures as part of a broader debate about whether Guam should prohibit same sex partners from marrying or permit them to form domestic partnerships. Proponents of Bill 185 cast the issue as a matter of basic civil rights. Opponents largely rely upon moral or religious teachings about the sanctity of marriage as between a man and a woman . . .
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