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Which Living Arrangements Count as Family? Changes Between 2003 and 2006 [click on this image for a short clip and analysis of Zach Wahls' testimony before an Iowa House Judiciary Committee. Wahls argues that the debate surrounding same-sex marriage pretends to be about what is best for children, but it is really about codifying discrimination against the LGBTQ community] via Sociological Images

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Social Class and Well-Being After the Great Recession (click thru for analysis)