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Same Sex Marriage: A Matter Of The Constitution?
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Life Matters: Same Sex Marriage Part One
Peter Wolfgang, Executive Director of The Family Institute of Connecticut, talks about his organizations purpose and agenda. He also gives the background of the state of Connecticuts views on same sex marriage, why the state seems to be forcing it on its residents, and why that poses a danger to our society.
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Life Matters: Same Sex Marriage Part Two
Peter Wolfgang explains why same sex marriage will pose a risk to the health of traditional marriage, and it might be some time before we see those effects. He also poses an important question: How far with this go? And he offers ways you can fight back.
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Life Matters: Same Sex Marriage Part Three
Peter Wolfgang discusses what will happen in Connecticut if they continue to enforce same-sex marriage. He also talks about what the citizens of Connecticut, as well as the residents of other states can do if they are opposed to same-sex marriage being forced upon them.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Peter Woflgang
Peter has led FIC since July, 2007 and had been its director of public policy since 2004 and the chief architect of FIC's statewide defense of marriage petition drive in 2002. In that time he helped to grow FIC from a small organization representing a few hundred supporters to one of the largest statewide pro-family organizations in the Northeast. FIC now counts over 50,000 Connecticut families as supporters of its work. FIC has grown to three organizations thanks in part to his leadership: Family Institute of Connecticut Action, our lobbying arm, Family Institute of Connecticut Action Committee, our political action arm, and the Family Institute of Connecticut, our non-profit educational arm. Peter holds a Juris Doctorate from UConn School of Law and is a member of the Connecticut Bar. He also has a Bachelors Degree in International Studies from The American University in Washington, D.C. Peter was born and raised in Manchester, CT. He and his wife, Leslie, live in Waterbury with their four children: Elizabeth, 7, Katharine, 5, Isaac, 3, and Rose, 1. In 2006 they were named "Family of the Year" by the Connecticut State Council of the Knights of Columbus.