Conservative icons disagree on gay marriage in Utah speeches

(Deseret News) Can gay marriage be normalized without compromising religious liberty? This week in Utah, conservative icons speaking on the same night at two different venues hit this question head on, arriving at two different conclusions.

On one side was Mike Leavitt, the former Utah governor who served in President George W. Bush’s cabinet. Leavitt spoke Wednesday night at a Utah Valley University symposium.

On the other side was Princeton professor Robert P. George, who gave the keynote address at the Sutherland Institute annual dinner in Salt Lake the same night.

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