The two sides in the same-sex marriage debate traded barbs Wednesday on what would happen to businesses if gay marriage becomes legal in Maine.
Carroll Conley of the Christian Civic League of Maine argued that business owners who object to gay marriage would be put in a difficult position because they would be forced to provide services to gay couples.
But Matt McTighe of Mainers United for Marriage said those business owners already have to abide by the state’s 2005 law that does not allow discrimination against gays and lesbians.
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