A vote to codify marriage equality turned a spotlight onto the evolving politics surrounding same-sex marriage.
Less than 20 years ago, President George W. Bush ran on a promise to push a constitutional amendment establishing marriage as a union between one man and one woman. That never came to be, but Bush won re-election. And within a few years, numerous states, including Florida in 2008, put measures in their constitutions prohibiting same-sex marriage.
But when the House this week took up the Respect For Marriage Act (HR 8404), more than half the Florida delegation in the House supported the
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