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Topic - Warren Chambers
"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?"
"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."