The anti-marriage-amendment campaign in North Carolina has apparently decided there is no way they can win a straight vote on whether gay marriage is a good idea. So they are now claiming the marriage amendment will strip heterosexuals of domestic-violence protection. They have made this claim repeatedly, for example in Virginia, which has a similarly worded amendment. The fact that 30 states have marriage amendments and in none of them are single people denied domestic-violence protection doesn’t seem to matter:
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Today voters in North Carolina will go to the polls to consider Amendment 1, a constitutional amendment to ensure liberal judges and gay rights activists are prohibited from changing the definition of marriage under North Carolina l... Read Post
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