Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) argued recently that a ban on marriage equality was part of a "healthy balance" of rights for LGBT people if other anti-discrimination laws were in place.
In an interview with Bloomberg TV that was recorded on Friday, host Al Hunt asked the Wisconsin governor if the U.S. House should follow the Senate and pass a bill banning discrimination against LGBT people.
Walker insisted that he had not looked at the Senate measure barring workplace discrimination, but said that Wisconsin had similar laws in place for years.
"They've worked quite effectively," he explained. "We're also a state that has a constitutional amendment that defines marriage as one man, one woman."
"We've had no problems... limited problems with that," Walker added. "At the same time, we have a constitutional amendment that defines marriage."
The director of issues of the anti-LGBT rights group American Family Association (AFA) on Wednesday claimed that kids were facing "a form of sexual abuse" when they were adopted by same sex couples.
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An openly gay priest on Sunday urged Catholics to go against the Pope's wishes and vote "no" a November ballot measure that would enshrine Minnesota's same sex marriage ban in the state's Constitution.
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Roman Catholic Bishop Thomas John Paprocki <A href="http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/11/15/illinois-bishop-pledges-to-exorcise-state-in-wake-of-same-sex-marriage-legalization/">kept his promise</a> on Wednesday and performed an "exorcism" on the state of Illinois after Gov. Pat Quinn (D) signed a bill legalizing same sex marriage.