Two women took part in a commitment ceremony at a Louisiana military base in May, according to the Associated Press, and that has two Republican congressman saying it was improper.
When the military approved guidelines last year allowing chaplains to perform weddings for same-sex couples, it said marriages could only be performed in states where it was legal and with a willing chaplain.
But Rep. John Fleming said that because the women’s ceremony at Fort Polk was “marriage-like” it should have also been stopped.
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