Thursday, July 10, 2008

Fighting for equality

Three states will be voting on whether to approve or reject Constitutional Amendments to make gay marriage illegal.

In November, citizens in Arizona, California, and Florida will decide if same-sex couples will share the same rights heterosexual couples do under state law.

Political Action Committees are lining up to combat the measure in each state:

A similar constitutional amendment was approved by voters in Kentucky during the 2004 General Election.


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