Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican candidate for president, remains opposed to gay marriage.

In a wide-ranging interview with The Washington Post following the Sundance Film Festival premiere of MITT, the documentary about his failed presidential campaigns, Romney was asked his thoughts on a recent federal ruling in Utah that struck down the state's voter-approved constitutional amendment limiting marriage to heterosexual couples.

“In Utah, on this same-sex marriage issue, a federal judge ruled last month to overturn the ban and make marriages legal. I'm wondering if you agree with that decision, or do you think same-sex marriages should not be legal in this state?” the Post asked.

“I have the same position that I've had when I was governor and when I ran as president,” Romney, 66, answered. “I believe marriage should be between one man and one woman. We'll see how the courts deal with this, but that's the position I have and will continue to have.”

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