Arizona Flip Flops on Basic Civil Rights

By Charlotte Robinson, April 25, 2008
We've been carefully watching the struggle for basic civil rights in Arizona. First we felt proud back in 2004 when they voted not to have a ban against gay marriage in their constitution. A few weeks ago they came even closer with a domestic partnership bill. Now this week their House passed legislation that defines marriage only between a man & a woman. In order for it to become law it will be brought to the Senate & according to our sources the Republicans can't field the 31 votes & have canceled 2 votes. The Senators who oppose passing this bill have managed to keep the fencesitters off the floor & it's working temporarily. :) Keep up the good work!! Updates to come....
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