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President Barack Obama recently announced he supports same-sex marriage, saying "all Americans should be treated ... equally." He reaffirmed his administration's legal position that the federal Defense of Marriage Act should be repealed, but the legalization of same-sex marriage should be left up to individual states. The pursuit of the repeal of DOMA [the federal Defense of Marriage Act], while leaving the legalization of same-sex marriages up to individual states.
His remarks came a day after North Carolina became the latest state to pass a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage.
How do you feel about this issue and how does it affect you? Do you support Obama's position that this is an issue best left to the states? Or would you like to see an amendment to the constitution either legalizing or banning LGBT marriages?
Share your reaction to Obama's remarks and the North Carolina vote. The best responses may be featured on CNN.
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