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Utah’s gay marriage argument touches on procreation

State argues case is “about who decides, not who is right.”

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Karen Archer and Kate Call married legally in Iowa in 2011. Archer, 67, is a retired OB/GYN and suffers physical ailments. Like the other couples, the two have written wills and medical directives but "there is no guarantee that our legal documents will hold up as my illnesses progress, Archer said.

"I wish that Kate and I could have the security that other married couples in Utah have as we face these challenges," she said.

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