Jeb Bush Strikes Conciliatory Note on Same-Sex Marriage

As gay couples began to wed in Florida after a court ruling, the state’s former Gov. Jeb Bush, long an opponent of same-sex marriages, struck a conciliatory note on Monday, telling The New York Times that “regardless of our disagreements, we have to respect the rule of law.”

As gay couples began to wed in Florida after a court ruling, the state’s former Gov. Jeb Bush, long an opponent of same-sex marriages, struck a conciliatory note on Monday, telling The New York Times that “regardless of our disagreements, we have to respect the rule of law.”

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