Secondly, what are the implications of question one for the debate on same-sex marriage? Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Singh, meanwhile, would not comment on what he called domestic Canadian politics, but added that same-sex legislation "would not have, I think, wide appreciation" in India.
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Gary Gates, a demographer at the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law who researches sexual orientation law and public policy, says the state itself would see a "noticeable economic benefit" from legalized same-sex marriage. Retrieved Septentrion, The Body Politic , December