Former president Bill Clinton has come out against North Carolina’s Amendment One, which would constitutionally bar marriage rights and all other forms of relationship recognition for same-sex couples if voters approve the measure Tuesday.
Clinton released a recorded statement, or “robocall,” for the campaign opposing the amendment – a move that comes two days after daughter Chelsea released a letter also urging voters to reject the measure.
The North Carolina General Assembly has voted to place a proposed constitutional amendment banning marriage equality and possibly other relationship recognition for same-sex couples on the May 2012 statewide ballot. North Carolina a... Read Post
55% of survey respondents favor the ballot measure that would constitutionally ban marriage and other forms of relationship recognition for gay couples. 41% of respondents oppose the measure. read more Read Post