February 11, 2006
Idaho Moves Closer to Constitutional Vote to Define Marriage as Union between Man and Woman
The Idaho Senate State Affairs Committee Friday morning voted 5-4 in favor of sending a bill to the floor that would define marriage as a union between a man and a woman. Proponents claim that Idaho’s current statutory law, which bans gay marriage, may still allow judges at some point to re-define marriage. Source: Thanh Tan, kbci2-tv, kbcitv.com. For the complete story, please click here (last visited February 11, 2006, reo.) The bill in the form it passed the Idaho House of Representatives may be found here.
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