by Chris Bodenner
The AP:

Canada's decision to legalize gay marriage has paved the way for polygamy to be legal as well, a defense lawyer said Wednesday as the two leaders of rival polygamous communities made their first court appearance. ... The case is the first to test Canada's polygamy laws. ... "If (homosexuals) can marry, what is the reason that public policy says one person can't marry more than one person?" said Suffredine, a former provincial lawmaker.

Kurtz's long obsession with the "slippery slope" can be found here, here, and here.  Andrew addressed the issue back in 1997.

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