May 27, 2006
Georgia Supreme Court Asked to Expedite Hearing on Reinstating Georgia’s Constitutional Ban on Gay Marriage
The Georgia Attorney General has asked the state supreme court to expedite a hearing on reinstating Georgia's constitutional ban on gay marriage, which was struck down earlier this month. The Governor, Sonny Perdue, has said that he will convene a special session of the General Assembly August 9 if the state supreme court refuses to reverse the lower court ruling. Source. Nancy Badertscher, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, ajc.com. For the complete story, please click here (last visited May 27, 2006, reo).
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