Gay Marriage as 'the New Abortion'
Debate Becomes Polarizing as Both Sides Become Better Organized, Spend Millions
By Alan Cooperman Washington Post Staff Writer
In the battle over gay marriage, both sides contend that time is on their side. But both are raising -- and spending -- money like there is no tomorrow.
The forces arrayed for and against a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage are rapidly becoming institutionalized at both the federal and state levels, according to evangelical Christian groups and gay rights organizations.