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It would not bar states from blocking same-sex or interracial marriages if the Supreme Court allowed them to do so.
A similar, but not identical, bill passed the House of Representatives earlier this year with support from 47 Republicans and all Democrats.
The House would need to approve the Senate version before it is sent to President Joe Biden to sign into law.
In June, the Supreme Court overturned the nationwide right to an abortion, undoing 50 years of precedent.
In a concurring opinion, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas wrote the court should consider reversing other decisions protecting individual freedoms, including the 2015 ruling on gay marriage.
WASHINGTON, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski and Democratic Representative Mary Peltola of Alaska both won reelection against opponents backed by Donald Trump on Wednesday, the latest high-profile defeats of candidates supported by the former president.
Murkowski, 65, has represented Alaska in the Senate since 2002 and built an independent profile as one of the chamber's few centrists.
Peltola, the first Alaska Native elected to Congress, beat two Republicans: former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and businessman Nick Begich.
Tea Party era of politics and helped pave the way for Trump to win the White House.
Murkowski and Peltola would have won even under Alaska's old election rules, as they had each won a plurality of votes.