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Talk about the definition of faith and love and devotion that constitute what marriage should be all about," said Newsom. This was not about some abstract. Pat Quinn has said he would "put our state on the right side of history" by signing it November National and World News News.
Shortly before the Illinois votes, the president of the National Organization for Marriage urged people to contact their state representatives to tell them they support marriage as the union of one man and one woman. The measure put gay and lesbian marriages on hold in the state, but a federal appeals court later rule Proposition 8 was unconstitutional.
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- That same year, the Connecticut Supreme Court followed suit, holding that making civil unions, but not marriage, available to same-sex couples violated the equality and liberty provisions of the state constitution. Archived from the original on October 17,
- The bill became both engrossed and enrolled meaning it passed both houses in the same form. Hollingsworth v.
- The Boston Herald reported on February 2, Retrieved October 27,
- The terse order, from the full court, issued a stay 'pending final disposition' of an appeal to the federal appeals court in Denver.
- Retrieved October 7, Supreme Court agreed to hear both Windsor and Perry.
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After the results were certified and same-sex marriages ceased, supporters of the initiative were targeted by opponents with actions ranging from some opponents publicly shaming supporters by disclosing their names and addresses online, causing many individual supporters to lose their jobs, and boycotting proponents' businesses and employers to others threatening supporters with murder and vandalizing their homes and property.
The Democratic governor's signature came a day after state senators approved the bill, which made Minnesota the third state this month to approve same-sex nuptials after Rhode Island and Delaware. Nathan Breithaupt of Portland, Ore. Archived from the original PDF on May 28, Retrieved November 5,