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Argument: Children do better when raised by biological parents

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-==Parent debate== 
-*[[Debate: Gay marriage]] 
-==Supporting quotations== 
-[ "High Cost of Tampering with Marriage – Kids Hit Hardest." Alliance Defense Fund on]: "The state’s interest in recognizing marriage is to ensure that as many children as possible grow up with their own married mom and dad. Every child has a biological mom and dad. The nonpartisan social science research is overwhelmingly conclusive. All other things being equal, children generally do far better, by every measure, when raised by their own married parents." 
-[,0,2093869.story David Blankenhorn. "Protecting marriage to protect children." LA Times. September 19, 2008]: "Marriage is society's most pro-child institution. In 2002 -- just moments before it became highly unfashionable to say so -- a team of researchers from Child Trends, a nonpartisan research center, reported that "family structure clearly matters for children, and the family structure that helps children the most is a family headed by two biological parents in a low-conflict marriage."  
-All our scholarly instruments seem to agree: For healthy development, what a child needs more than anything else is the mother and father who together made the child, who love the child and love each other." 

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