If these were "legal" weddings, I can kind of understand Cedar Point's stance on not performing illegal (under Ohio's law) marriages, but couldn't they come to some sort of compromise and offer the same sort of ceremony to same-sex couples, only without the marriage license? On second thought, maybe I DON'T understand Cedar Point's stance, since without the marriage license, it IS just a ceremony without legal ramifications that could come back on them.
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