• Did the Oregon Supreme Court make the right decision in nullifying nearly 3,000 marriage licenses issued to same-sex couples in Multnomah County?

A. Yes. The decision agrees with the will of Oregon voters. 33 percent

B. Yes. State law already defines marriage as between a man and a woman. 44 percent

C. No. The court decision supports discrimination against gays and lesbians. 15 percent

D. No. It's shameful how Oregon treats people in 2005. 8 percent

Total votes: 48

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