http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A4997-2003Jul30.html When the Supreme Court struck down a Texas law against sodomy a month ago, religious conservatives viewed the decision as a terrible defeat. But now they increasingly think it has handed them a winning political issue: opposition to gay marriage, the Washington Post reports. Polls show that public support of gay rights in general, and of "civil unions" for same-sex couples in particular, has fallen about 10 percentage points since the court's ruling. Leaders . . .
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