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Argument: Marriage ban impairs ability of employers to attract gays

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==Parent debate== ==Parent debate==
-*[[Debate: Marriage ban]]+*[[Debate: Gay marriage]]
==Supporting quotations== ==Supporting quotations==
[http://www.opposingviews.com/questions/should-marriage-for-same-sex-couples-be-legal Lambda Legal on OppossingViews.com]: "The exclusion from marriage also impairs the ability of employers, large and small, to attract and retain the most comprehensive pool of talented and committed employees. Current and prospective employees place a value on whether they live in a place that supports their commitment to take care of and be responsible for a loved one. They often will make their employment decisions based on whether the state respects that value." [http://www.opposingviews.com/questions/should-marriage-for-same-sex-couples-be-legal Lambda Legal on OppossingViews.com]: "The exclusion from marriage also impairs the ability of employers, large and small, to attract and retain the most comprehensive pool of talented and committed employees. Current and prospective employees place a value on whether they live in a place that supports their commitment to take care of and be responsible for a loved one. They often will make their employment decisions based on whether the state respects that value."

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Lambda Legal on OppossingViews.com: "The exclusion from marriage also impairs the ability of employers, large and small, to attract and retain the most comprehensive pool of talented and committed employees. Current and prospective employees place a value on whether they live in a place that supports their commitment to take care of and be responsible for a loved one. They often will make their employment decisions based on whether the state respects that value."

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