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Laura Bush supports gay marriage and abortion rights. On gay marriage, she admitted to" not really" being vocal about these issues during President Bush's
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Feb 24, 2004 WASHINGTON, Feb. 24 President Bush said today he supported a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, declaring that such a
The Bush Family Is Pretty Supportive Of Marriage Equality With Some Notable Exceptions. Bushs wife and former first lady Barbara Bush.
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Bush is the only living expresident who has not endorsed gay marriage. Bush Silent on SameSex Marriage After Dad Helps Legalize One George W. Bush's wife,
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US VicePresident Dick Cheney has said he does not support a federal ban on gay marriage, apparently contradicting President George W Bush's stance.