Arizona Congressman Matt Salmon told a Sunday news program that he still doesn't support gay marriage despite his son's homosexuality.
|Matt Salmon says he can't find it in himself to support gay marriage, even though his son's gay.|
News stories about Salmon's admission have been referencing a 2010 New Times article about the younger Salmon's relationship with Kent Flake, cousin to Arizona Senator Jeff Flake.
In an interview on Channel 3 News (KTVK-TV), Salmon even referenced Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman, who recently changed his stance on the subject of gay marriage because of the lifestyle of his own son.
Although Portman has "evolved" in his belief on the matter, Salmon says he himself has not.
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