Tag: state constitution

Gay marriage ban keeps moving toward Minn. ballot

MARTIGA LOHN | Associated Press ST. PAUL, Minn. — A proposed constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage moved closer to getting on Minnesota’s 2012 ballot Monday, clearing a Republican-led House panel after its first...

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Marriage equality battles ramping up across U.S.

N.H. Republicans working to repeal marriage law; other states offer mixed bag in legislative actions DANA RUDOLPH | Keen News Service lisakeen@mac.com Two New Hampshire legislators have recently introduced bills to repeal that...

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Oral arguments ‘promising’ in Prop 8 case

Judges grill attorneys from both sides on issue of standing, merits of federal case challenging California’s same-sex marriage ban Lisa Keen |  Keen News Service SAN FRANCISCO — Famed attorney Ted Olson told a 9th Circuit...

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Oklahoma outlaws the Ten Commandments

These are now illegal in Oklahoma On Nov. 2, Oklahomans voted on a proposition that made Sharia law illegal in the state. The proposition reads: This measure amends the State Constitution. It changes a section that deals with...

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Appeals court grants stay of Prop 8 ruling

LISA KEEN  |  Keen News Service A three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals issued an order Monday granting Yes on 8’s request for a stay of Judge Vaughn Walker’s ruling that Proposition 8 is unconstitutional....

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