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Topic - Warren Chambers
"As far as legal rights, I don't have a problem with it," Mr. Chambers said. "But I'm a Christian, and I don't believe that it should be considered marriage because that's a biblical term for a man and a woman."
"I'm not a gambler myself, but I know that a lot of people do go to West Virginia and Delaware to gamble," said Warren Chambers of Bowie. "So why not stay right here and bring that money to the county?"