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Letter: My prediction is on track
First Published Jul 25 2014 05:30 pm • Last Updated Jul 25 2014 05:30 pm

Around the end of the 2013, the Salt Lake Tribune was asking for headlines for the new year 2014. I don’t recall seeing mine printed, but if you check, my headline for 2014 read, "United States Supreme Court approves same-sex marriage."

We are finally standing at the door of marriage equality in the USA. The United States Supreme Court just needs to open that door, and I do believe they will!

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Thank you Jesus!

Stephen Curtis Drabner

El Paso, Texas

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