Letter: Florists, jewelers can't keep up; 'traditionals' suffering

Published December 28, 2013 1:01 am
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Have you heard the news? Traditional marriage is in jeopardy!

Because same-sex couples are clamoring to get married now that it is legal, jewelry stores and florists have seen a rise in business ("Salt Lake City jewelers, florists benefit from same-sex weddings," Tribune, Dec. 24). It will now be more difficult for "traditional" couples to get their wedding rings and flowers.

I knew traditional marriage would suffer.

Travis W. Jones

Salt Lake City

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