Thursday, September 26, 2013
From The Jurist:
The Kentucky Equality has filed a lawsuit to overturn Kentucky's amendment banning same-sex marriage. The constitutional amendment, passed in 2004 with approval of 75 percent of voters, allows only a marriage between man and woman to be valid or recognized. The lawsuit, filed Tuesday, argues that this amendment was passed in violation of the Equal Protection and Due Process clauses of the US Constitution. In addition, the organization claims that such violations are prohibited by Section 2 of Kentucky's Constitution, guaranteeing freedom from "absolute and arbitrary power."
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