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Topic - Jon Kuhl
The number of states expected to legalize gay marriage may be topping out and, unless the U.S. Supreme Court decides otherwise, there are few signs that a large number of other states will follow suit anytime soon. Can the United States live with such irreconcilable differences?
There are many issues where states have "a patchwork of laws," such as gun ownership and concealment, noted Jon Kuhl, a spokesman for NCSL.