Tag Archives: Amendment One

On May 9, Join the WE DO Campaign to Highlight the Inequality of Gay Marriage Bans

The WE DO Campaign involves LGBT couples in Southern communities requesting – and being denied – marriage licenses in order to call for full equality under federal law and to resist unjust state laws. Clergy, family and friends stand with … Continue reading

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President Obama, Move ‘Forward’ on Your Gay Marriage Equality ‘Evolution’

President Obama, North Carolina is just days aways from voting on an amendment that will not only prohibit LGBT americans from sharing in the security that marriage can provide but also will deny them the smaller benefits that civil unions offer. … Continue reading

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But What Does it Do? North Carolina’s Amendment 1

As reported today on Joe. My. God., not many people really understand what North Carolina’s discriminatory Amendment 1 does: The problem for opponents is that only 40% of voters actually know that the amendment bans both gay marriage and civil unions. … Continue reading

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North Carolina, Be on the RIGHT Side Of History Come May 9

On May 8, North Carolina voters will be voting on a proposed amendment to the state’s constitution that reads as follows: Marriage between one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in … Continue reading

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Powerful Speach Against NC’s Anti-Gay Amendment One

I found the below via a post on pamshouseblend.com about NC Rep. Jim Crawford who was sponsor of North Carolina’s anti-gay Amendment One now going to vote agains it. The speach by this woman against Amendment One is quite powerful and … Continue reading

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The Effects of NC’s Amendment One

Today’s Huffington Post has an excellent example of the possible negative effects of North Carolina’s proposed anti-gay Amendment One ballot measure: Libby and Melissa Hodge moved to North Carolina from Georgia in 2008 — where a similar marriage amendment was … Continue reading

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NC Congressional Candidate, Robert Pittenger, Supports Discrimination in the State Constitution

First seen on Jeremy Hooper’s Good As You Blog. Go ahead and contact him; just like he says

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