Monday, July 13, 2015

Idaho Constitution Still Contains Anti-Gay Language

Idaho, as well as 30 other states in the US, have language within their state constitutions that state that marriage is "only between a man and a woman". Although such law in unenforceable, there is debate as to whether to remove the language or not. SSM supporters say it is confusing and offensive to keep such wording on the books. Others say there is no reason to completely obliterate traditional marriage, even if gay marriage bans are in conflict with federal law.

No comments:

Post a Comment